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Tanka April Poems | Tanka Poems About April

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APRIL

APRIL

a long time coming
she is rosy cheeked and chill
breath quite treacherous
fickle april of my dreams
fondest promise unfulfilled


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Green

Green of early spring Brings freshness to the senses. Scents galore prevail When sunshine defeats darkness And God’s glory reigns supreme. For Andrea’s Tanka me a Colour contest, 11th May. 2013


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In Full Bloom

twenty yards distance
oh God, the sight, scent and sound
closer now, closer
let the droning, drowsy hum
of honey bees drift softly...


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Sole Coin

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                 sole coin
                 near a fountain
                 waiting
                 for someone
                 to wish me






2/4/2/3/3


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Lovebugs

                                           nucience black fog   
                                    
                                    passing cars polka-dot spots 
       	  
                                         mouth left open, Yuk!
			 
                                     honeymoonfly suite needed
	 
                                       pull apart the kissingbug

By: Eve Roper  5/4/2015


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short verse sort of tanka

Short verse 
Brother wind, sister rain,
Father thunder and mother sunlight
Meet every April
And a family feud breaks out.
 



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Bug Boogie -Tanka-

Funny bug dances tapping his toes to the tunes snapping his fingers while onlookers laugh at him then decide to boogie too. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Apr.29/2005


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April and Mother Earth


April is thirty

and fierce as Niagara 

she wets our pallet 

for spring fling with nature

she shows us, we are one.

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(Written for Andrea Dietrich Tanka poem contest, April 16th deadline)


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April showers bring May flurries??

The middle of May
and flurries! What's this I see?
Dandelion globes:
fine, feathery parachutes
distributed by the wind. 


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April showers bring May flurries??

The middle of May

and flurries! What's this I see?

Dandelion globes:

fine, feathery parachutes

distributed by the wind.