Sunday, April 3, 2011

My Desire

My Desire

Waiting for spring time
Weary of winter’s chill grasp
Desire Nature’s return

Frogs’ voices signal
The charge of returning life
Refilling life’s only lack

Ken Goree

The poetry form is a Sedoka.  It is constructed of two stanzas, Katuata.  A Katuata  is an unrhymed, three line poem, with a 5, 7, 7 syllable pattern. 

In the Sedoka, the two Katuata often concern the same subject, but from different angles.

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