Hello. Yes, It’s me again already, but I could not resist this challenge which I came across while writing the Friday Freeforall. Grace, over at imaginary garden with real toads, challenges us to a group renga.
Some claim April rain
brings the blossoms of May, Grace O’Malley
but trees here are hasty
like youth, ardor unrestrained
eager for springs first sweet kiss Art Happens 365
In the arms of old man tree Skylover
Drops of moonlit milk
showgirls will perform a dance
inspired by Moon light’s embrace Ella
her graceful waves in
a risque spring ballet, legs Laurie Kolp
kick the darkened sky
stars wink at rainbow feathers
that tease with each fluttering Susie Clevenger
My full heart flutters,
I become dancer and dance Other Mary
under April’s moon
and a blossoming cherry
in the sweet, full warmth of May Kay, Alberta, Canada
And we, resting far
north where snow still flies and melts Sunflower Shan
await midnight sun.
Polar day will not circle
on cosmic calliope. Jinksy
to the music of the spheres, Caddoc Trellis
while star clusters spin.
The earth spins on its axis, margo
hums its music in B flat.
Join in. It’s quick. It’s fun. Let’s see how long we can make this renga.