one of the opt is a prompt for the day is to write a sijo. This is a traditional Korean poetic form. Like the haiku, it has three lines, but the lines are much longer. Typically, they are 14-16 syllables, and optimally each line will consist of two parts
Faces behind colorful scarves,
skaters glide on the frozen ice.
A young pair practices:
looping, spinning, spiraling—breathless
On the rink, masked workers stack bodies,
covered by sheets of white.
another attempt of sijo is made by constance vincent,
example of poetry form Sijo
- Line 1: 3-4-4-4
- Line 2: 3-4-4-4
- Line 3: 3-5-4-3
he tells me we're always fine, but i think he and i are apart
sun and moon mountain and ocean all attract yet distract
if they weren't distinct, I tell him, life world be flat without purpose