PROMPT: optional prompt is to write a lune. A lune is a sort of English-language variation on the haiku, meant to better render the tone of the Japanese haiku than the standard 5-7-5 format we all learned (and maybe loved) in elementary school. There are a couple of variants on the lune form, but just to keep things simple, let’s try the version developed by Jack Collum. His version of the lune involves a three-line stanza. The first line has three words. The second line has five, and the third line has three. You can write a poem that consists of just one stanza, or link many lune-stanzas together into a unified poem.
Three three-line verses seemed appropriate.
He thinks lunatic.
Still she steps beyond shadows,
Licks a moonbeam.
Who else will
Answer her mournful midnight hoot
But the owl?
How can she
Face morning, the harsh glare
Without night flight?