The renga is usually written collaboratively; it begins with haiku, firmly situated in place and time before each poet lays down further stanzas in a predetermined pattern but with minimal linkages, so that each voice only lightly touches on what came immediately before; it is a meandering sort of poem, like a journey down a river to its inevitable tanka.
Tamyka Bell

Well said, Tamyka Bell. I love this explanation. Beautiful poem, as well.

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