Wednesday, March 28, 2018

tanka--By Anne Curran--New Zealand

I feel something
akin to tenderness
when caring for this house ... 
It never tires being together
with an old friend
_________

the girl in hockey uniform
takes her father's hand
when shopping ...
a simple act
on an ordinary day

Anne Curran writes in Hamilton New Zealand where she resides with her pet car Misty and extended family of parents, brothers and sisters. She loves art, going to see films, and walks.

5 comments:

  1. love these tankas - I can definitely relate to the first one

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  2. My house and I have spent a lifetime together, thus your first tanka appeals to me more, though I like both, Anne. Regards // paul

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  3. Really enjoyed both of these, thanks for sharing!

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  4. Dear Anne,

    Beautiful poetry, thank you for your contribution.

    Best wishes,
    Inge

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  5. Dear Anne, thank you for sharing your talent. I quite enjoyed both tankas and can relate well with the first. Home is where the heart is and I love home.
    Sincerely, Charlene

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