Micropoetry: Humility

As I prepare myself for
Another serve of humility,
I realize the distinction between
Medicine and food for thought
Is blurred in real life.
©Suyog Ketkar

#Gogyohka
#Micropoetry


Gogyohka, pronounced GO-GEE-YO-KUH, is a Japenese form of five-line micropoetry that—unlike Haiku or Senryu—doesn’t rest on the principle of the number of syllables. It relies on your power of speaking directly.

About Suyog Ketkar

He is a certified technical communicator. He believes that writing continues to be an easy-to-do-but-difficult-to-master job. In his work time, he proudly dons the “enabler” cape. In his non-work time, he dons many hats including one of a super-busy father.
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4 Responses to Micropoetry: Humility

  1. juhi gupte says:

    Gogyohka :)…. I realise the distinction between writer ketkar and poet suyog 🙂 Great going!!

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