Soul’s Palate

I have written a Japanese poetry form called Kouta Poem (version 2): quatrain with the following syllable count: 7775.  No other rules regarding rhymes, seasonal words, subject matter, etc.  For more information see:  Writer’s Digest.

In Response To:

V.J’s Weekly Challenge #108 – Taste – Taste is the focus this week. As you might have guessed, I am tugging at our sensory experience with these current challenges, although the word ‘taste’ has other connotations.  Look forward to your responses. Anyone can join in, and all forms of creativity are welcome.

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a taste from flavors of past

sometimes embittered with pain

or soothing comfort of love

blessings to savor

~ * ~

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18 thoughts on “Soul’s Palate

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  2. Reblogged this on Eugi's Causerie I and commented:
    Sharing a lovely poem by Deborah, using Japanese poetry form called Kouta Poem (version 2): quatrain with the following syllable count: 7775. No other rules regarding rhymes, seasonal words, subject matter, etc. For more information see Writer’s Digest.

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  3. Pingback: Sharing “Soul’s Palate” from – AWISEWOMANSJOURNEY – Eugi's Causerie I

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