On Michelle Heidenrich Barnes' site, Today's Little Ditty, the March ditty challenge is in full swing. The challenge this month, from Amy Ludwig VanDerwater, is to write a poem about something small, an animal or object, you see every day and do not usually give much thought. For some reason I got to thinking about spoons and what I used to do with them as a kid. The format for my poem is the Japanese Sedoka. According to a post at The Miss Rumphius Effect, the sedoka is a Japanese poetic form that is an unrhymed poem made up of a pair of katuata. A katuata is a three-line poem with the syllable count of 5/7/7. Generally a sedoka addresses the same subject from different perspectives. So here is my ditty for March.