A SUMMER RENGA

Larry Gross and Sharon Dunn

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Begun:                             Completed:

1.  Hokku (3 lines)

2.  Summer (2)

3.  Misc (3) 

4.  Misc (2)

5.  Autumn moon (3)

6.  Autumn (2) (same person writes #6 and 7)

7.  Autumn (3)

8.  Misc or love (2)

9.  Misc or love (3)

10. Misc or love (2)

11. Misc (3)

12. Misc (2)

13. Winter moon (3)

14. Winter (2)

15. Miscellaneous (3)

16. Misc (2)

17. Spring flower (3)

18. Spring (2)  (same person writes #18 and 19)

19. Spring (3)

20. Misc  (2)

21. Misc  (3)

22. Misc  (2)

23. Summer (3)

24. Summer (2)

25. Misc or love (3)

26. Misc or love (2)

27. Misc or love (3)

28. Misc (2)

29. Autumn moon (3)

30. Autumn (2) (same person writes #30 and 31)

31. Autumn (3)

32. Misc (2)

33. Misc (3)

34. Misc or spring (2)

35. Spring flower (3)

36. Spring (2)


Follow directions for the verse you are writing: either 2 or 3 lines, linked somehow 
(not too obviously, please) with the previous verse but with no others. Employ
a key word appropriate to the season listed. Once a noun, active verb, adjective
or adverb occurs, it is usually not used again in the renga (tho a witty switch
of meaning or context might be acceptable in adjacent verses). Verses generally
do not refer to the moon or to flowers except in those verses calling for them.
Beginning capitals and ending punctuation are usually avoided.


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