April 8, 2020
National Poetry Month
A Poem – a- Day
a GIFT from
Lynda McKinney Lambert
by Lynda McKinney Lambert, April 2002
impressive lightning flashes
full pink moon obscured
Norway Maple tree disrobes
More about tanka?
See the links I published below – each takes you to a different article.
After I wrote Part 1, I joined the Tanka Society of America.
Here I learned far more about tanka – and it is enlightening!
For a complete picture of writing tanka, visit TSA Official Website
Below are links to articles I published on my blog, Walking by Inner Vision.
tanka _A FIRST lesson: Begin here!
tanka, Part 3: part 3
Robbie Cheadle’s Review of Lynda’s new book – Star Signs: New & Selected Poems
Star Signs: New and Selected Poems, is about a wide variety of different topics that are grouped together under the following four sections which indicate their overarching theme: Lights Across the Sky, Distant Legends & Metaphors, Transmutation of Earthy Elements and Seasons, Days and Years.
The poet’s use of language is rich and theatrical as is illustrated by the following short extracts:
“Accomplishments seem possible
concentric choices are unlimited”
“The lively sonata of midday skies
responds to the muted notes of night skies.
Time is temporal. Immeasurable.”
Today is DAY #8 of National Poetry Month.
Thank you for your interest and enjoyment of my daily poem and photographs.
It is my pleasure to share a little piece of my world –
The Village of Wurttemburg, in western Pennsylvania.
Read another Poem by Lynda Read it here!
Courtesy of Lynda McKinney Lambert, Pennsylvania Author and Visual Artist.
Poetry and Photography by Lynda McKinney Lambert.
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