Sedoka

A Japanese style poem composed of two stanzas, each with three lines. The stanzas have a syllable count of 5-7­-7.  These poems are known to be of type question and answer, or address a subject from two different perspectives.

Sedoka

A Japanese style poem composed of two stanzas, each with three lines. The stanzas have a syllable count of 5-7­-7.  These poems are known to be of type question and answer, or address a subject from two different perspectives.

Challenges

Two Sides of Nothing

Two sides of a coin, Heads you win and tails I lose. Yet, it’s the same coin you choose. Two …

Sedoka

She Shines

she shines like the sun glowing during the sunrise, awoken to a new day the light never fails as she …

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