Morning Haiku and Waka – Sedoka – November 29, 2014


 no place to go to
aimless I walk down the path
lost inside my wayward thoughts

where did our love go
when it dried up like fall leaves –
first flakes of new-born snow fall

(c) G.s.k.

linked to Mindlovesmisery’s Menagerie – BJ’s Shadorma & Beyond . Sedoka

A sedoka is a poem created by writing two katauta or stanza of 5/7/7 syllables … each stanza is a stand alone poem, but they complete themselves being placed together.

Prose Poem: Home

Prose Poem


Going home.  I’m going home.  A common phrase, everyone uses it. It means something different to everyone in the end.  Some are talking about that building where they sleep and eat.  Home, or is it just a house.  Maybe, they are referring to that group of people they live with…family or room-mates. Continue reading