Bauhaus Calling

Visiting museums is inspiring for me; here’s one that came after touring a Kandinsky retrospective at the Frist in Nashville.  Uses the eastern sedoka form.  Enjoy.  Doug. Bauhaus Calling Sedoka Kandinsky and Me Riding with the Clash again Four Horsemen and the Bible Black Grid, Blonde Tele Three Chords and Many Colors Breaking all theContinue reading “Bauhaus Calling”

Innovation (Sedoka)

A couple years ago, I stumbled across a book of poems by Ryokan, a Zen Monk poet from Japan (1758-1831). He was fond of writing sedokas. Googling will tell you that “the sedōka, or “head-repeated poem,” consists of two tercets of five, seven, and seven syllables each. An uncommon form, it was sometimes used forContinue reading “Innovation (Sedoka)”