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Love Poems About Sedoka or Sedoka Love Poems
by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: love, seasons,

November Dreams

We lie ‘neath the oak on a carpet of brown leaves that lost their amber glory. With eyes tightly shut, we envision spring’s return— hoping our love does the same.


by Connie Marcum Wong |
Categories: autumn, beauty, love, moon, sea,

Autumn Moon

Autumn Moon

melon moon rising
akin to the rising sun— 
In contrast to lapis sky
enchanting lovers
strolling hand in hand on shore.
Moonlight coruscates on sea.


5-6-19


9-7-2017
Moonlight Delight Contest~6th Place~
Sponsored by: Russell Sivey

Best Sedoka - 577-577 ~First Place~
Contest Judged:  6/10/2019 10:05:00 AM
Sponsored by: Lu Loo

by Charlie Smith |
Categories: hope, love, moon,

Moonlight

So slowly dancing in Time's chilling solitude bewildering the shadows in Love's diary- desolately She stares as Hope's unwavering beacon Moonlight Delight Contest 09/07/2017

by harry horsman |
Categories: memory,

What Would I Take

Oh I would take time
if only to ponder on
and your love to keep me strong
then you I would take
safe within my memory
a shining light ails the gloom.

© Harry J Horsman  2013

by kash poet |
Categories: romance,

Raindrops Around Your Dimples


Even the raindrops love to linger on your face like my fingers' tip-toeing, drop by drop they reach around your naughty dimples luscious lips are not too far..... ====================

by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: art,

Sedoka Contest There's A Rainbow Of Love

Natural rainbow Sunlight's spectrum of color Diverted water droplets Circle rainbow aglow God's love exposed this wonder Mankind reaps beauty's assets There's a rainbow true When gray darkens the blue sky Light shines through the massive clouds Promises anew God's presence will amplify Doubt's hold lifted love unshroud
Inspired by Laura Loo's Contest Written: January 06, 2016

by Thomas Martin |
Categories: absence, appreciation, poetry,

Andrea Dietrich

Andrea
what can one say about her
except wonderful
imagination with love
and fine appreciation
of detail inspires me

by emily humphreys |
Categories: love, sad

Alone and Loveless

Wanting to have love,
Yet love always eludes me.
I see the lovers smile.
Tears roll down my cheek.
Knowing that I am alone, 
Make the days seem much longer.

by Lin Lane |
Categories: dream, love,

SEDOKA Contest

Close my eyes and dream
     lovely visions in the night
          of us in sensual play.
Kisses sweet as cream
     make my beating heart take flight,
          fly until the break of day.

Then my dream lives on.
     My lover awakes with me.
          Sometimes sweet dreams do come true.
At the break of dawn,
     in life's bare reality,
          my visions came into view.



...........................
January 4th, 2016
Modern Sedoka
Sponsor: Laura Loo


by Joseph Spence Sr |
Categories: devotion, faith, father, hope, life, love, mother, people,

Inseparable Love (Sedoka)

The father and son
Inseparable relations
Guiding the path of true faith
Love of a mother
Glorious pillar of strength
Wept at the foot of the cross


The Sedoka is an unrhymed poem made up of two three-line poems called a 
katauta with the following syllable counts: 5/7/7, 5/7/7.  A Sedoka, pair of katauta 
as a single poem, may address the same subject from differing perspectives.  
The katauta is an unrhymed three-line poem with the following syllable counts: 
5/7/7.  



by Lu Loo |
Categories: love, passion,

The Fascination of Aspiration

Sincere lingering
     brought forth by proclivity
       infatuation fondness

       Flowers in mid-spring
    brought forth by simplicity
you are my constant conquest

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Abrupt appetite
    brought forth by fascination
       devoted eagerness dwells

       Sweet scent, penetrate
   brought forth by aspiration	
laying down while you compel

~Written By: Laura Loo~
~Date Written: March 12, 2016~

by Joseph Spence Sr |
Categories: devotion, faith, family, forgiveness, introspection, people, places,

His Testament (Sedoka)

Joseph His servant
Enslaved by those in the dark
A female falsely accused
Delivered by God
Displayed a heart of pure gold
True testament of God’s love


Comments:   One does not have to look too far in today's society to find a modern 
day Joseph. The Sedoka is an unrhymed poem made up of two three-line 
poems called a katauta with the following syllable counts: 5/7/7, 5/7/7.  A Sedoka, 
pair of katauta as a single poem, may address the same subject from differing 
perspectives.  The katauta is an unrhymed three-line poem with the following 
syllable counts: 5/7/7.  This Sedoka highlights Joseph, God’s noble servant and 
dreamer

by cheryl hoffman |
Categories: love, moon,

Moonlight Delight

Steamy moonlit night
the vacant hot tub beckoned
honeymoon couple kiss bliss
amore was short lived
loud claps of thunder then rain
safe inside ate some moon pies



9-6-17

by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: love, missing you,

Missed you long

In the forest green
The sun tunnels through the trees
Spreads you as shadow on me
You whistle in joy
Melody ripples through my heart
You’re music in me I love. 

In the forest dark
The cloud drips from the leaves
Brings you as drops on my eyes
Wind plays moist music
The tune creates you in a song
Reminds me I missed you long.

August 11,2017.


by Chantelle Anne Cooke |
Categories: addiction, christian, emotions, faith,

Softness Overcoming Evil

I’m drinking my soul…
Its wings flew around gold lands
Scripture purity pruned them

My snake sins smoldered 
Inside my empty closet 
I fed them nefarious

My soul escaped them
Howling to Heaven for help 
Drugs danced me toward Death 

My blind mind darkened 
Angels whispered as wind chimes 
My rose heart had hope again 

The Trinity saved
Me from fat ferocious foes
I bathed in clouds liquid love

May 14th 2020
Contest: Brian’s Choice C, Any Form,  Any Theme 
Sponsor: Brian Strand 





by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: lost love, science fiction,

Zombie Eyes

   Is she a zombie...
Her eyes are vacant; her heart's
   fire extinguished, brittle ash

   Hush! She approaches
expressionless, gliding through
   a different dimension

by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: grandson,

Love

When you're away son My thoughts are for you're safety And then you come home~messy There's stinky laundry Dirty dishes everywhere But my love grows every day Then back on the road I listen to the news cast You don't call and I worry And soon you come home Stinky laundry, smelly socks Tobacco spilled but love gives
Cody came home for the weekend. He will leave out again today. He will pick up a trainee so I won't hear from him very often.. He won't be back until Christmas..

by Lu Loo |
Categories: betrayal, break up, dark,

Black Diamond

Scarce in love’s bounty
traded opaque for darkness
graphite eases soft whispers
    obscure in the night
      she cries for magnificence
         while his reflection turns black

gemstone adamant
symbolize prosperity
carbon overshadows love
   passion can be rare
      murky lust trades easily
         locked in a jewelry box

priceless in beauty
yet cheap to the true sinner
mystical nights cloud expense
   trapped inside a mine
      drilling for her precious gold
         black diamond dwells forever



Poetry Form: Sedoka: 5-7-7-5-7-7

Black Diamond Contest
Sponsor: Nayda Ivette Negron

Date Written: August 2, 2016
 






by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: love, mom,

Sedoku Contest- The Porch Light



 The Porch Light


It was always on
Until we were home at night
Only mother turned it out

Now my mother gone
But I remember the light
And what love is all about

1/4/16

by Lu Loo |
Categories: passion, sensual,

Longing Sensual Passion

pure carnal LONGING
fleshly desires for your graze-
sensory stimulation
touched by sultry hands
an  e m b r a c e  too soft for words-
physical endearing taste

seizing my caress 
craving an  e n v e l o p e d  kiss-
true love and PASSION combined
enclosed in your arms
s t r o k e d  with tender cherished hands-
surrounded by your traced scent

breath of your essence
t h i r s t y for your tenderness-
relishing IN all you are
warmth in your sweet arms
gentle infatuation-
devoted to  L O V E M A K I N G



Form S Contest
Sponsor, Broken Wings
July 25, 2017



by kash poet |
Categories: love, romance,

Endless Possibilities


Ear stud to ear stud many possibilities..... Your lips just make it endless. Lost in the deep sea.... your beauty spot now guides me to reach safely on the shore.

by James Fraser |
Categories: beauty, love, poetess, relationship, sexy, true love, water,

SEDOKA CONTEST

she, my eyes now view trickle, in delightful slide translucent droplets befall be that towel true placing, tracing, gracing guide her curvaceousness thralls, calls Written 08/01/2016

by Lu Loo |
Categories: appreciation, love, passion,

My Valentine Contest

Valentine Poem Contest
Sponsor:  Nayda Ivette Negron

Part One

breathe new life in me
   release my infringed defeat
      obsolete sorrow has left

intimacy, free
   hold me in safety, my sweet
      death to my suffering cleft

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Part Two

starry nights, just us
   love me right under our moon
      do not rush, let's take our time

shower me at dusk
   I pray you marry me soon
      my dear man, my valentine


Poetry Form Sedoka
Syllable Count 5-7-7-5-7-7
Rhyme Scheme in Part One ABC-ABC
Rhyme Scheme in Part Two ABC-ABC


Date Written: February 12, 2016

by Sandra Haight |
Categories: family, food, love, november, thanksgiving,

November Dreams


Gold-brown crunchy leaves

     Crystal beads of morning frost
 
          Smoke swirling from chimney tops


Time for family

     Oven filled with bird and pie

          Harvest time of food and love


Sandra M. Haight

~1st Place~
Contest: Best Sedoka 577-577
Sponsor: Lu Loo
Judged: 06/10/2019

~3rd Place~
Contest: November Dreams - Sedoka
Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich
Judged: 10/12/2014

by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: feelings, love, youth,

A Number's Game

My tongue is stuck out in concentration, filling out this Sudoku.
Having faith in my deduction skills, the pen was my weapon of choice.
The only numbers I can't figure out is on the note she gave me - now that's scary!



NOTE: Inspired by Rick's Sudoku comment on my poem Sedoka 3.