Just Karma 20 for July 2015 wp

Just Karma 20

gonna catch a worm

out bound, not quite on the plane
one night near the airport
early rise, flight and then home

(c) JP/dh

Found here:
https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/2015/06/27/bps-shadorma-beyond-june-27-2015/
Created by Dennis L. Dean. The American 767 is:
a tristich, a poem in 3 lines. (Cool thing to know!)
syllabic, 7-6-7 syllables per line. Unrhymed.
The original prompt asked to include a bug. Not sure if that is part of the script.
But then I often go of script :)

*Posting tonight since I’ll be tight on time tomorrow
until I arrive at my front door.*

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Just Karma 19 for June 2015 wp

Just Karma 19

Finishing the Course

I am now close to the home stretch
as a horse is
one to finish
a race, I am

I have traveled well worn routes
as a horse has
gone on ovals
or circle tracks

I long for familiar green grass
…local horses…
‘blue’ has been nice
but home calls me

(c)JP/dh

Found here:
https://imprompt.wordpress.com/2015/06/25/shapely-stanzas/
The ‘Minute Poem’ = Poem in three stanzas.
Count syllables, no rhyme, etc required
8 syllables
4
4
4
(twenty syllables per stanza), Repeat x2 for a total of 60 syllables.
Minute poem.

Note.
Kentucky is known as the “Bluegrass State”,
a nickname based on the bluegrass
found in many of its pastures due to the fertile soil.

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Just Karma 18 for June 2015 wp

Just Karma 18

Matinee

book, play, movie; same title
all are slightly different.
a local staged production
of ‘Mary Poppins’ brought joy.

(c)JP/dh

The Tanaga is a Filipino poem.
It consists of four lines with seven syllables each; the rhyme scheme is AABB.
Traditional tanagas don’t have titles and are composed in the Tagalog language.
Most have been handed down through oral history and contain proverbs and moral lessons.
(Similar to the tanaga is the ambahan, which has an indefinite length.)

Modern Tanaga
The tanaga has been in danger of becoming a dying art form. The Cultural
Center of the Philippines and the National Commission of the Arts have been
trying to revive it. Several groups have been promoting the form in English.
The form is beginning to change slightly – not only are tanagas appearing in
more frequently in English, they are picking up titles and varying their rhyme
forms (for example, AABB, ABBB, ABAB, ABBA, AAAB, BAAA, ABCD, etc).

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Just Karma 17 for June 2015 wp

Just Karma 17

Well Supped

local wine shop also has
salads, sandwiches and soups –
this last Saturday in June
delightful end to the day

(c)JP/dh

Note: posting this evening since I may not have service
tomorrow. Using Hubby’s cell phone’s hot spot.

The Tanaga is a Filipino poem.
It consists of four lines with seven syllables each; the rhyme scheme is AABB.
Traditional tanagas don’t have titles and are composed in the Tagalog language.
Most have been handed down through oral history and contain proverbs and moral lessons.
(Similar to the tanaga is the ambahan, which has an indefinite length.)

Modern Tanaga
The tanaga has been in danger of becoming a dying art form. The Cultural
Center of the Philippines and the National Commission of the Arts have been
trying to revive it. Several groups have been promoting the form in English.
The form is beginning to change slightly – not only are tanagas appearing in
more frequently in English, they are picking up titles and varying their rhyme
forms (for example, AABB, ABBB, ABAB, ABBA, AAAB, BAAA, ABCD, etc).

Just Karma 16 for June 2015 wp

Just Karma 16

More Adventures

upgrades can be downgrading
net’s been down most of the day
took a walk by the river –
rain storm caused power outages

(c)JP/dh
6.26 for 27.15

Note: posting this evening since I may not have service
tomorrow. Using Hubby’s cell phone’s hot spot.

The Tanaga is a Filipino poem.
It consists of four lines with seven syllables each; the rhyme scheme is AABB.
Traditional tanagas don’t have titles and are composed in the Tagalog language.
Most have been handed down through oral history and contain proverbs and moral lessons.
(Similar to the tanaga is the ambahan, which has an indefinite length.)

Modern Tanaga
The tanaga has been in danger of becoming a dying art form. The Cultural
Center of the Philippines and the National Commission of the Arts have been
trying to revive it. Several groups have been promoting the form in English.
The form is beginning to change slightly – not only are tanagas appearing in
more frequently in English, they are picking up titles and varying their rhyme
forms (for example, AABB, ABBB, ABAB, ABBA, AAAB, BAAA, ABCD, etc).

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Just Karma 15 for June 2015 wp

Just Karma 15

Art of Business

tuna on bagels for lunch –
nice to see local shops share
new guy needs fresh rolls daily
hope local baker can do

(c)JP/dh

The Tanaga is a Filipino poem.
It consists of four lines with seven syllables each; the rhyme scheme is AABB.
Traditional tanagas don’t have titles and are composed in the Tagalog language.
Most have been handed down through oral history and contain proverbs and moral lessons.
(Similar to the tanaga is the ambahan, which has an indefinite length.)

Modern Tanaga
The tanaga has been in danger of becoming a dying art form. The Cultural
Center of the Philippines and the National Commission of the Arts have been
trying to revive it. Several groups have been promoting the form in English.
The form is beginning to change slightly – not only are tanagas appearing in
more frequently in English, they are picking up titles and varying their rhyme
forms (for example, AABB, ABBB, ABAB, ABBA, AAAB, BAAA, ABCD, etc).

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Just Karma 14 for June 2015 wp

Just Karma 14

too frank

topsy turvy day had us
hunting for the Wright home here –
as it was a private place
footfalls had to be retraced

(c)JP/dh

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesse_R._Zeigler_House
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/frank?s=t
The signage was quite ‘frank’ “private residence”.

The Tanaga is a Filipino poem.
It consists of four lines with seven syllables each; the rhyme scheme is AABB.
Traditional tanagas don’t have titles and are composed in the Tagalog language.
Most have been handed down through oral history and contain proverbs and moral lessons.
(Similar to the tanaga is the ambahan, which has an indefinite length.)

Modern Tanaga
The tanaga has been in danger of becoming a dying art form. The Cultural
Center of the Philippines and the National Commission of the Arts have been
trying to revive it. Several groups have been promoting the form in English.
The form is beginning to change slightly – not only are tanagas appearing in
more frequently in English, they are picking up titles and varying their rhyme
forms (for example, AABB, ABBB, ABAB, ABBA, AAAB, BAAA, ABCD, etc).

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