Art in Motion

Sketch
to sketch
create a difference

Paint
to paint
a visual interpretation

Weave
to Weave
an artistic tapestry

Quilt
to Quilt
a colorful display

Create
to create
outside the box

Display
to display
cherished art of creations.

The Janaku is a simple form of three lines per stanza invented by Eileen Tabios. Each line is based on word count instead of syllables, with the first line containing one word, the second line two words, and the third line three words. There is no limit to the number of stanzas.

 

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