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Sedoka Poems | Sedoka Examples

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A sedoka is a form of Japanese poem that is unrhymed and consists of two three-line katauta which follow a 5/7/7 syllables count, but there is more to a sedoka. What is sedoka in poetry (complete definition)?

Premium Member My Last Pet
"I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart) I am never without it" Quote by: E. E. Cumming I run some water But your bowl is put away Age or habit, I forget You went to...Read More
Categories: pets,
Form: Sedoka



Premium Member Passing In Happy Mood
“ I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart), I am never without it.” Passing In Happy Mood ...Read More
Categories: death, lost love,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member TRIBUTE TO MY GRANDMOM
"I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart)I am never without it" by E.E. Cummings Instilled with your genes my heart bears blest heritage legacy of reigning love passed to my dear Mom still prevailing by God’s...Read More
Categories: appreciation, blessing, christian, faith,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member When the Cannas Droop
This time of the year when the cannas sadly droop, Ma is saving kitchen scraps from recent repasts for a hearty winter soup, and decorations go up. Too early I think with the Christmas ornaments for commercial purposes slighting Halloween and Thanksgiving gatherings. I shall complain...Read More
Categories: autumn, christmas, holiday, september,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member Beautiful People
Beautiful people May not have might or be grand, Nor have titles or status. Beautiful people Need not have fame and glory Nor riches and possessions. Beautiful within. With warm qualities they glow, Lights lit to counter darkness. Hearts that deeply care. Compassion compels action. Something...Read More
Categories: people,
Form: Sedoka



Premium Member Watching Dog
beside the front gate knowing I will be home soon my dog barks at passing cars passersby notice my dog waiting patiently “Beware dog, do not enter!” all is safe at home I do not worry at all his bark a vicious warning to...Read More
Categories: animal, care, dog, home,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member Dark Puddles
Tonight the red sky looked like a troubled fountain because of the coming rain dark puddles formed slick in the walk and on the steps no one fell or broke a knee...Read More
Categories: night, rain, red, sky,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member A Dream On my Mind
A dream so real A feeling of being there While asleep in my bed In a wooded area With a narrow winding road Leading me to a river ...Read More
Categories: dream, river,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member Mountain Ridge
The dark blue mountain ridge like a statue in sky Clouds with freedom passing by Secure and stable mountain ridge with tint of gray A home for clouds to return Heidi Sands 4/15/22 ...Read More
Categories: mountains, sky,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member Not a Picnicking Couple
She loved the outdoors He was terrified of it Not a picnicking couple ...Read More
Categories: conflict,
Form: Sedoka
Bahram 1st to Mani 4th
What worth are you? You deny all knightly sports. You do not defend our walls. I heal with no gold. I free doves from steel cages. I wait for heaven’s kingdom. ...Read More
Categories: heaven, judgement,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member Two Dreams
A three branched vine grows Blossoms ripen into grapes Pressed and placed in the king's hand The branches are days Your office will be restored King's cupbearer as before Three baskets on head Top one has food for the king Birds eat from...Read More
Categories: dream,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member My Broken Heart
Did you hear me call? I stood on the portico Repeatedly called your name, You had turned away Before I was calling you, You turned fast, walked away. I shall not call you -- You have brusquely turned away, Now you...Read More
Categories: heartbreak, lost love,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member Ahh-Choo
Ahh-Choo Cover your mouth please whenever you sneeze ahh-choo it' just the healthy and right just polite to do keeping your possible germs sicknesses away thank-you 12/28/21 Written by James Edward Lee Sr. 2021© SEDOKA poetry type ...Read More
Categories: analogy, fate, sick,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member The White Christmas Tree
A white Christmas Tree is placed by the large window Ready to be decorated With the string of lights Placed around the Christmas tree Shines brightly with red lights...Read More
Categories: christmas, tree,
Form: Sedoka

Specific Types of Sedoka Poems

Definition | What is Sedoka in Poetry?

Poems Related to Sedoka

choka, japanes, katauta, senryu, sestina, tanka, triolet, verse