Emma’s Song

Emma’s Song

A Poem by Phill Oz O'fee
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The Dodoistu is a fixed folk song form of Japanese origin and is often about love or humour. It has 26 syllables made of four lines of 7, 7, 7, 5 syllables respectively.

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Emma’s Song




Witness her windowpane world

With prose and innovation

Willing the reader to love

Wondrous writes and thoughts


Copyright @ Phillozofee 2017


© 2017 Phill Oz O'fee



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Phill Oz O'fee
A tribute ..... just my way of saying thank you for the kind reviews!

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Beautiful tribute... though it's short but speaks in depth volumes, her pain, her loneliness, her need to write, to express, to reach... her beauty fading in unheard tears, if she could pull her hands of, to show the world that her gentle strength shines from her face like the soft morning rays...


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Many thanks for not only introducing me to a new form but for making a dreary day so much brighter!

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well done. The alliteration is perfect. I hadn't heard of the form before. May have to give a try.

Kudos

Posted 1 Week Ago


The soft and gentle, Lady EmmaJoy
No one can compare ...

Lovely........

J.J.

Posted 1 Week Ago


this reminds me of emily dickinson...watching the world from her father's house---
inviting the readers in, as she writes within the crevasses of her daily routine, taking care of the house.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Oh what a lovely thought Phill.....and she writes beautiful poems

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Wow! This is incredibly beautiful 😍
Is this for one of our fellow writer, Emma Joy at WC?

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Oh...very nice one for a lovely poet and friend :)


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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Beautiful tribute... though it's short but speaks in depth volumes, her pain, her loneliness, her need to write, to express, to reach... her beauty fading in unheard tears, if she could pull her hands of, to show the world that her gentle strength shines from her face like the soft morning rays...


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I'm sure it's for EJ and I can just see her beautiful face behind the hands....a very new format to me is "Dodoistu" hmmmm- thanks for that ,my so erudite Phill, . "...eloquent, lovely alliteration- a "wondrous" poem for a "wondrous"Poetess! Great.

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Added on September 12, 2017
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Phill Oz O'fee
Phill Oz O'fee

Winchester, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom



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I am caught in a time spiral of confusion; that period we all experience between birth and death. Somewhere inside hides a poet, writer, lyricist and/or whatever, laying dormant and suppressed by s.. more..

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