I think I don't deserve to be called a Sir, but you are. Thanks for comment, Sir.
Jueju - Jueju (Chinese: çµ•å¥), or Chinese quatrain, is a type of jintishi ("modern form poetry") that grew popular among Chinese poets in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), although traceable to earlier origins. Jueju poems are always quatrains; or, more specifically, a matched pair of couplets, with each line consisting of five or seven syllables.
Rhyme patter is: A,A,B,B
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1 year ago
I would love to know more about this form myself but I believe that this isn't about a bird that has feathered wings but a plane dropping bombs? Maybe I'm wrong.
Thank you so much for the inspiring comment. You said "The visual was so great there". That means a lot for me, I want my poem to touch the peoples' spirit. This theme came in my mind two years back. Finally I wrote it down in 2017. I was looking for the suitable form for this write. Yes, I connected fighter plane with a bird. After this also, Japan is one of the greatest country of the world. Peace to those who died on that black day. It was very sad... many people... died. Thanks again.