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Rengay Poems

Read wonderful rengay poetry on the following sub-topics: japan, nature, and more. Read a definition and example (where appropriate).

Note: The forms for these poems were selected by the poet. Often poems are assigned the wrong form. Please confirm the accuracy of the poetic form before referencing the poem.



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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Example Renega Structure Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Nine Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Six Josephine Brennand Rengay assonance, write, writing,
Five Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Four Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Two Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
one Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Prac R 9 Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Prac Renenga four Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Prac Renenga Josephine Brennand Rengay write,
Wheel Prac R Josephine Brennand Rengay atheist, write,
On the Rocks Prac R Josephine Brennand Rengay april, write,
renenga prac Josephine Brennand Rengay world war ii, write,
Technology's Price Kurt Philip Behm Rengay death, technology,
Renga Prac Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Out on the Field Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
One of a Kind Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
Renga practice Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
One word renenga Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
renega Josephine Brennand Rengay write, writing,
one line senryu renega Josephine Brennand Rengay anniversary, write, writing,
Premium Member Poem Open Renga Session Brahn Bailey Rengay absence, together, write, writing,
PEACE Jimmi Canada Rengay birthday, body, celebration, color,
Scare Tactics Debra Mundine Rengay bullying,
Premium Member Poem Indecision Sara Kendrick Rengay christmas,
A riddle - Until it is not Peter Brooks Rengay art, identity, introspection, memory,
Premium Member Poem rapt with awe Rick Parise Rengay beautiful, memory, metaphor, music,
B25-POEM 49 I REALLY TRULY LOVE YOU Jerry Wells Rengay anniversary, baby, baptism, beach,
B25-POEM 48 I LOVE YOU Jerry Wells Rengay appreciation, autumn, baby, baptism,
Premium Member Poem A Winter Landscape Sara Kendrick Rengay joy, winter,
Premium Member Poem Eclectic Wonders in Seasonal Flowers --- A Collab Timothy Hicks Rengay appreciation, beauty, flower, image,
Eclectic wonders in seasonal flowers Angeline Haikutwinkle Rengay fantasy, flower, imagery, senses,
Premium Member Poem Birds in Tuxedos - A Collaboration Timothy Hicks Rengay animal, beauty, change, imagery,
Premium Member Poem January Jest - A Collaboration Timothy Hicks Rengay autumn, beach, change, nature,
A Cold Winter Remedy Gordon McConnell Rengay bible, spiritual, winter,
Nurture Your Mind john chizoba vincent Rengay caregiving, cheer up,
Christmas Cheer Ivor Davies Rengay christmas,
Forbidden treasure Jenny Fluker Rengay love hurts, sad love,
Silent I Am Michelle Born Rengay evil, life, people, poems,
She, Forever in Boxes Christy Chow Rengay age, art, emotions, identity,
Premium Member Poem The Bulldog Gets Married William Masonis Rengay beauty, daughter, emotions, father
Premium Member Poem first halloween Sara Kendrick Rengay halloween,
first halloween jack horne Rengay halloween,
Premium Member Poem Dirty Old Man Vee Bdosa Rengay abuse, assonance, bullying, hip
The rain falls for the sun to shine Adrian Robinson Rengay life
the weathervane John Loving III Rengay winter,
Premium Member Poem a weathervane Sara Kendrick Rengay life, nature,
Premium Member Poem old grist mill Sara Kendrick Rengay life, nature,
Premium Member Poem Maple Leaf Sara Kendrick Rengay nature,
You are My Best Friend Harshit Sheth Rengay friend,

About This Page

Rengay Poems. Examples of Rengays and a list of poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read Rengay poetry while accessing rules, topics, ideas, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Rengay.

Brief Definition

A Rengay is a type of poem that is a six verse form of linked poetry; collaborative poetry usually written by two to three poets. This style of poetry is a linked form of haiku, with each link able to stand on its own. Rengay poetry is linked, though each link is about a unifying theme. However, while the links are of a unifying topic, each absolutely should be able to stand independently as well.

This style of poem may be written about any one subject which the poets agree upon. To be considered a rengay poem, the piece should be six verse, linked, and should be written by a minimum of two poets. Any deviation from these standard rules would disqualify the poem from being considered as such. Many poets use this form of poetry to convey something about humanity, such as the different aspects of love or death. Because of this, this style of poetry makes wonderful study material, as well as reading material. 

Rengay Poem Example

The Bulldog Gets Married

                                    The Bulldog Gets Married

The day is perfect:
  Sunlight gold
    Sapphire blue
                 The skies smile down upon us
                 And the silence rings with joy.

She too, stands perfect:
  Her Beauty pure
    Her dress like snow
          Swirls about her flawless youth; 
          The quiet music starts.

Together we walk
  Hand in hand,
    Stone by stone
             Her future waits before us,
             Shining in the sun.

She who won my heart
  Rules his today;
    There he stands,
             Ablaze with love and honor
             Watching our approach.

The final end of Childhood comes
  As with one kiss
    All is sealed
         With public vows and rings
         All who witness much approve.

And the photographs 
 Are duly taken
  And the friends all laugh in love
        As my daughter rules her Day
        With not the slightest show of effort

And the Past enfolds the Present
 As we lift each glass and toast
   And we all accept our Futures
         As the sun smiles on us all,
         Enfolding us in light

Shared memories fill
  The festive air
    The dying Summer
          Yet stretches out in languid Peace
          And makes this Day Eternal

Yet even Eternities end,
  Making way for others;
    The Forever light of Childhood
          Yields to Infinite Adulthood, and that to Age,
          And on into the starry Night approaching with the shadows...

Pair by Pair
  The guests depart
    The Couple leaves to start their Life.
          The silent Wheel turns ever on,
          Bearing us upon its rim.

So she who owns my heart
  Leaves holding his
    And All is as such things should Be.
          A Summer dies, a Fall begins;
          The Quiet rains around us.

A Forever Day, this Day;
  A piece of What Will Ever Be:
    Love and Laughter
           Wrapped in gold and sapphire,
            In a Silence that rings with Joy.

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