“Promises,” #Gogyoka

Thanks to Ken Gierke, I've added the Gogyoka in English to our syllabic poetry forms, bringing the count up to ten. The Gogyoka (pronounced go-gee-yoh-kuh) form is a five-line Japanese form with no restriction on length. Created by Enta Kusakabe in 1983, there are five rules: Gogyohka is a new form of short poem that … Continue reading “Promises,” #Gogyoka