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AUTHOR OF THE PROMPT:

Geovanni Villafañe @RezZureKtedPoeT

 

THE PROMPT:

Begin and end your poem with the phrase "Somehow I ended up on the wrong side of the wall of China" and explain how it happened.

 

Humpty Dumpty sat on a very big wall

written by: MR. QUIPTY

@MRQUIPTY

 

Somehow I ended
up on the wrong side of the
Great Wall of China, flying.

Buried somehow: I
ended up. On the wrong side
of the Great Wall of China.

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

Sedoka form came from a style of Chinese poetry. 
The Japanese form of 5 7 7 syllables over two verses.
It is a poem of two halves (katauta), often a before and after observation.
 
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