Save Our Children – A Double Sedoka

Death is everywhere
No place is safe anymore
Our children are being shot

Stop all the madness
We’ve done nothing for too long
The time has come to end this

No more loss of life
It’s time to end this killing
Too much death, too much sadness

Now’s the time to act
Save our children, start today
Let them live to laugh and play

©Walt Page 2018

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Our Highland Acres Ranch (A Double Sedoka)

Highland Acres Ranch
Home to our dogs and horses
Comfort for all of our souls

Life in the country
Where I write my poetry
I think I’ll stay here awhile

We have rescue dogs
Nine of them to be exact
Eight are females, one is male

He weighs just ten pounds
But he thinks he’s a Great Dane
Small body, large heart, no fear

©Walt Page 2018
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Sprinkled With Love

#Sedoka
#September Prompt

Your heart is calling
Reminding me of your love
The love we have shared for years

Through good times and bad
Our love has carried us through
Our souls are sprinkled with love

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Word prompt :  Sprinkled With Love – Join in with Michelle, from Putting My Feet in the Dirt Her Writing Haven.  Check out her daily amazing word prompts for the month of September!

Sedoka: Alone Again

I’m walking the shore
Hoping to find you again
Knowing I may be too late

The tears in my eyes
Are like the rain falling down
I’m alone here by the sea

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The Sedoka is an unrhymed poem made up of two three-line katauta with the following syllable counts: 5/7/7, 5/7/7.
A Sedoka, pair of katauta as a single poem, may address the same subject 
from differing perspectives. A katauta is an unrhymed three-line poem with the following syllable counts: 5/7/7.

 

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