Sedoka

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

 

Do you have an example of a sedoka poem you’d like to share? Leave a link to it in the comments!

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