What is a monoku? #PoeticForm #Monoku

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Poems for Warriors

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A Monoku is a type of poem made up of a single horizontal line. Monoku emerged as an independent style of poetry in the 1970s.

Unlike the traditional Haiku, which is made up of three lines with a total of seventeen syllables, Monoku features a single line consisting of seventeen syllables or fewer.

The poem contains a pause brought about by speech rhythm with slight or no punctuation. The first letter of the line should not be capitalized.

The pause allows for a contrasting of nature images similar to the traditional three-line Haiku.

A Monoku is about as compact of a poem as possible. However, even with a short one-liner, the poet can communicate an idea and depict a picture in the reader’s mind. The poet leaves interpretation of the poem up to the reader as it may contain quite a few meanings. Like…

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Stimulate The Other

When a co-worker is verbally strong,

Why not encourage them to try new steps?

There’s no wrong

For anyone to pull their biceps

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Dislike

Sometimes, I don’t mind to dislike

Someone or something

A thought that may strike

A familiar tone with you, now reading

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Loud Meeting

These specific people tend

To raise their voices cheerfully

The time they spend,

Is hopefully not neighbors’ bully

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Future

Sometimes, it’s good to think about

What’s next on the menu

Some day, someone is bound to fly out,

Will it be me, or you?

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