Sedoka poetry.

Sedoka is a Japanese poetic form which is written in a question and answer form.

What is that golden haze
Sifting through the twilight zephyrs
Fading through the silvery mist?

That is not golden haze,
But the refulgent tresses
Of My beautiful lover.

What are those glistening globules,
Blooming flowers in jaded autumn
Meandering within my senses?

They are not glistening globules,
But the resplendent eyes
Of My beautiful lover.

What is that assuaging light
That thaws the wintry frost
Enthralling my palpitating heart?

That is not an assuaging light,
But the stupefying smile
Of My beautiful lover.

What is that supernal sound
Reverberating through the velvety sunset
Tormenting my stolen soul?

That is not a supernal sound,
But the mellifluous laughter
Of My beautiful lover.

What is that unseen force
That shatters the somnambulistic skies
Destroying my fragile dreams?

That is not an unseen force,
But the merciless fate
Which snatched away My beautiful lover.

Technology manager, poet, archaeology enthusiast, history maniac and also an avid blogger. I look at each day as a new flower waiting to unleash its magic. Visit Ravi on Medium.
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Technology manager, poet, archaeology enthusiast, history maniac and also an avid blogger. I look at each day as a new flower waiting to unleash its magic. Visit Ravi on Medium.
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