Family Tombstone

adding father’s name
to the family tombstone
with room for my own                              Nicholas Virgilio

a generation’s story
inked green by moss and lichen           Kim M. Russell, 29th January 2020

Resting Place

My response to Carpe Diem’s Tan Renga Wednesday #11: family tombstone

It’s Tan Renga Wednesday, when our challenge is to add a two-line stanza (approx. 7-7 syllables) to a given haiku. This week we have a haiku by a modern haiku poet.

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