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Rated: E · Poetry · Contest Entry · #2197146
Entry for August 1-15, Oriental Poetry Contest
Form for August 1-15:
The elements of the Dodoitsu are:
1. syllabic, written in 26 syllables or less. (in Japanese, 26 onji or sound syllables, impossible to translate to English)
2. commonly written in 4 lines of 7-7-7-5 syllables each.
3. a moment or thought quickly captured.
4. usually unrhymed but rhyme can be at the poet's discretion
5. most often written with a touch of humor.



She said, β€œI do.” He said, β€œMe, too.”
Once wed they soon started
A life of bliss, so it seemed.
Love died; they parted.
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