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Japan's Royal Family Participate In Poetry Ceremony [Japan]:
Japan's Royal Family showed off their poetry writing skills at a recent reading ceremony. Princess Kiko and Prince Hisahito reflected on one of their own traditional Japanese poems at the annual imperial verse reading ceremony on Monday. [...]

The pieces were all written in traditional tanka style - an ancient Japanese poetry form consisting of five-lines and 31-syllables. [...]
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At 5:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous replied:

Fantastic! It shows that power can be through poetry.
Go on, Make poetry not war.
Silvino Figueiredo
PORTUGAL    



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