Last day sedoka

by Jem Croucher

So we wave goodbye
avoiding use of ‘farewell’
words for this year now passing
Welcome to the new
with this eve for promised hope
here’s to a brighter future

©Jemverse

[Sedoka is a Japanese poetic form comprising 38 syllables in a sequence of 5, 7, 7, 5, 7, 7.]

2 Comments to “Last day sedoka”

  1. I really enjoyed this Sedoka – and I joined in the fun at https://janbeek.blog/2020/12/31/last-day-sedoka/

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