#TankaTuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 254, #SpecificForm

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Word Craft: Prose & & Poetry WELCOME TO

#TANKATUESDAY!

Time is flying by! It’& rsquo; s the fifth Tuesday of November 2021! This is our possibility to collaborate with a specific syllabic verse type. Take this possibility for more information concerning the particular type.

Today’& rsquo; s develop is

: tanka prose

Here’& rsquo; s a quick review of the tanka prose kind:

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We normally write tanka prose in the 5-7-5-7-7 or s/l/s/ l/l five-line syllabic structure.Tanka prose need to include a title.There is one standard demand in creating tanka prose: one paragraph, as well as one tanka.

There are two standard kinds in classic tanka prose: Beginning (explanation) as well as the Poem Tale (episodic narrative). Tanka prose does not rhyme.

Preface (explanation): This is where your prose quickly establishes the scene, along with a going along with tanka poem.

Rhyme Story (episodic narrative): The rhyme tale/episodic narration is where you share a more individual experience with your prose. In this type of tanka prose, your rhyme shares a beginning & hellip;

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#TankaTuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 254, #SpecificForm
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