3 thoughts on “A tanka after a short break

    1. In terms of windmills in the poem, odd is an ambiguous word: it can mean occasional or random- but in Norfolk some windmills are odd as in unusual! There are quite a few ruined windmills , covered in weeds and ivy, with broken sails, and then there are quite majestic windmills. But they are all widely scattered and appear suddenly on the horizon or around a bend. There are also fields full of wind turbines, which I refer to as windmills. I hope this makes sense. If not, any suggestions for clarity of image or meaning will be gratefully received. 🙂

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