Ready for some group fun? Continuing my love of Japanese poetry, I’m so excited to introduce the Renga poetry form. Which can basically be called a poetry party game. So, grab some friends and play.
Here’s how it works. The first person makes a three line stanza, with 17 syllables. It can either be a haiku or a senryu, either one.
Then, the next person makes the next stanza, attaching it to the first.
Being a great party game, I thought it would be fun if we did it here. I’ll start
Petals on the floor
mixed with broken bits of glass
in the morning sun
Alright, anyone who wants to pick it up in the comment section, go!