The path to somewhere special

peaceful solitude

in a storybook setting

idyllic pathway

charmed with its bright undertow

mystery weaves its magic

What do you see # 144 – July 25,2022

Waka

The waka is a Japanese 5-line poem (or stanza) that is often considered synonymous with the tanka, because both have a 5-7-5-7-7 syllable per line structure. However, the waka groups its lines together in a particular way. The first 2 lines should make up one piece, the next 2 lines should make the next, and then, the final line can stand on its own–or as part of the second group.

It’s possible to end stop after line 2, 4, and 5. But other forms of punctuation can do the trick as well.

-Eugi

Image credit; Casey Horner @ Unsplash

About Eugenia

“Sometimes, the most meaningful messages are shared through the fewest words.” - Julie B. Campbell
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30 Comments

  1. An inviting path to follow 😊

  2. So beautiful, Eugenia.💕

  3. I hope I pass by this path someday, looks so welcoming and peaceful.

  4. Beautiful, and enticing poem Eugenia. Thanks for joining in

  5. A fine accompaniment to the enticing photograph

  6. Beautiful.

  7. Glorious description … nicely written.
    Isadora 😎

  8. Your words are a perfect depiction of the image shared!

  9. I’m still thinking about this prompt photo.
    Nice mystical adaptation in your verse 🙂

  10. You have woven magic with your words, Eugi! 💖

  11. a lovely poem Eugi and another form to learn..

  12. Loving the pathway of this lovely poem! ❤️

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