Sijo (oʊ; ɕʰidʑo) is a Korean poetic form that emerged in the Goryeo period, flourished during the Joseon Dynasty, and is still written today. Bucolic, metaphysical and cosmological themes are often explored. The three lines average 14-16 syllables, for a total of 44-46: theme (3, 4,4,4); elaboration (3,4,4,4); counter-theme (3,5) and completi...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sijo
a Korean verse form appearing (in Korean) in three lines of 14 to 16 syllables. In English translation the verse form is divided into six shorter ... [3 related articles]Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/s/93
Korean verse form, of great antiquity, consisting (normally) of three lines: the first two composed of fourteen or fifteen syllables and the last composed of fifteen syllables.
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