over into our sparse realm
of frail matter – biting crux –
and found its true flair
sheltered deep inside of the
infinity in our minds
(This is one of several beautiful Eastern forms of poetry called Waka. This particular form is named Sedoka, and the syllable count is 5-7-7-5-7-7).
*Japanese lovers would double-up this form, using them to write of their love for one another. I’m still waiting to hear from a female writer who like to collaborate on a double Sedoka. Don’t be shy. Just comment below, or on the post I made inquiring as to any who would like to collaborate, or if you would rather be more private email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org