Fishers come with hook and beak
Lunch is found in Hammer Creek
One sits dangling on the shore
Heron dives // comes back for more
Frank is challenging us to try the Tanaga form of poetry, for our d’Verse poetry group. It consists of four lines with seven syllables in each line. It has a rhyming pattern. It usually has no title, since the lines of the verse should make clear what is being said. This is my first attempt at writing a Tanaga poem. The heron in the photo is a Great White Egret. They often nest in the Susquehanna Valley region of Pennsylvania.
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Photos from Hammer Creek near Clay, Pennsylvania. – Dwight L. Roth