The Japanese form katuata consists of three lines of 5, 7, and 7 syllables. Two Japanese poetry forms use this form: the mondo and the sedoka. Each present two katuatas: the mondo starts with a katuata that asks a question, then one that answers it, while the sedoka does the same in reverse.
Adam Stone spent most of 2012 covering poems by Cantab poets as a lead up to the release of Boston Poetry Slam: Twenty Years At The Cantab Lounge. In honor of that, this prompt isn’t about writing anything: it’s for sharing!
Earmark a poem you love to bring to the open mic sometime this year.
Perform it if you can.
Write a poem that is also a writing prompt.
In the comic series, Saga, characters are able to make a dashing escape when they enter a forest filled with Rocketship Trees. Organic trees that launch into space.
Write about a garden blooming with something that gardens are not usually made of.
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