Presenting another Japanese form for this month; i.e, ‘waka’  or ‘uta’ also known as ,

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In Japanese, tanka is often written in one straight line, but in English and other languages, we usually divide the lines into the five syllabic units : 5-7-5-7-7.

Have a look at my Tanka which I am linking to the Day 22 prompt of Napowrimo for #Earth day:

earth day

Acquired all riches,
from natural resources,
Man lucky enough
As biodiversity,
built past centuries perish

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