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renga

(ˈrɛŋɡə)
n
a form of collaborative poetry originating in Japan
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Different from kanshi, Japanese vernacular poetry (waka and renga) usually operate clearly on a domestic map and sing of places imbued with local significance and lore.
Renga cake -- Lazezh CAIRO -- 6 April 2019: Some images of Renga (herring) and Feseekh (fermented fish) cakes appeared on social media platforms in different colors and shapes, while people's reactions over this extraordinary dessert-is differed.
She hoped to prompt creative analytical engagement with the pantoums by eliciting multiple representations using the traditional Japanese renga and tanka poetry formats (Poets.org, 2004a, 2004b).
As implicacoes do haikai e do renga "[...] 'no agora=aqui', no qual o passado e enterrado, e o amanha e confiado ao novo dia" (KATO, 2012, p.
The story is told through a variety of narrative techniques (renga, dramatic monologue, ballad), a trilogy of spaces (evoked locations, mythic woods, and sea settings), as well as playful typographical effects close to concrete poetry, the most dramatic of which is the poem "The Grail," in which the blank shape of a chalice in the center of the page is "protected" by the repeated word "Morois."
Claudio Costantini [ID], (1) Giorgia Renga, (1) Vasilis Oikonomou [ID], (1) Giuseppe Paolicelli, (1) Monica Borghi, (1) Marilena Pariano, (1) Antonella De Luca, (1) Matteo Puccetti [ID], (2) Claudia Stincardini, (1) Paolo Mosci, (3) Andrea Bartoli, (1) Teresa Zelante [ID], (1) and Luigina Romani [ID] (1)
The first call-to-arms I read was from our premier poet and educator based in Virginia, Luisa Igloria, who asked poets: "Let's write a CDC banned words renga (collaborative poem)" using any of the seven words in a line of poetry.
According to Dana Renga, newer Italian Mafia movies--and the realist, classic mode of storytelling they employ--tend to "focus on stories that are both pleasurable and familiar" and ultimately suggest "that the country is populated with heroes ready to combat evil at all costs." These films, by putting forth "a fantasy of a nation united against Mafia villainy," end up avoiding dealing with the Mafia as national trauma, and thus postponing the due mourning process (14).