A sedoka is an unrhyming poem consisting of 2 katauta (unrhymed 3-lined poem, using syllable counts of 5/7/7). These 2 katauta may address the same topic from opposing perspectives.
Each link below contains a separate example of sedoka poetry:
Icicle by Carrie Page
The Guardian by Carrie Page
Nature’s Rebellion by Carrie Page
The Trees Remember by Carrie Page
Droplets of Sunlight by Carrie Page
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