Back in August of 2007 we first attempted writing in the form of the lune. It's been more than year, so I thought this might be a good time to revisit it. The lune is a haiku variation, invented and named by the poet Robert Kelly. The poem is called a lune because the right edge is bowed like a crescent moon. This is a thirteen syllable form arranged in three lines of 5/3/5 syllables.
So, do you want to play? What kind of lune will you write? Leave me a comment about your poem(s) and I'll post the results here later this week.