|General Poetry posted December 27, 2017|
by Bill O'Bier
Written December 2017
Sedoka Poem writing prompt entry
Write a sedoka poem. A sedoka consists of two unrhymed three-line stanzas, each with a syllable count of 5 - 7 - 7.
Often these stanzas go at the same subject from different perspectives, but that is not a requirement.
Most of us go through life expecting our parents to die someday. Still, we're never really ready to say goodbye to people who play such an important role in our lives. If yov've lost a parent, it's only natural to feel a combination of grief and deep sadness. Grieving is how we begin to untangle the emotional bonds formed with someone who was very special to us and begin to let go and be at peace.Pays one point and 2 member cents.
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