Gogyohka is a Japanese verse form that was developed in 1957 by the poet Enta Kusakabe. It is a five line poem that is NOT syllabic. Each line represents a stand along phrase. The idea behind this form was to take the traditional Tanka (also a five line poem written in a 5/7/5/7/7 syllable count) and free its structure.
Here is an example written by Kusakabe.
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You can read more about this form at Gogyohka (5-Line Poetry).
So, there's your challenge for the week. I hope you'll join me in writing a gogyohka. Please share a link to your poem or the poem itself in the comments.