Today’s NaPoWriMo prompt is to write a lune – a kind of English language haiku which goes, line by line: three words / five words / three words.
I enjoy the focus of a short verse form – the spaciousness of it. Just as when you cut a poem down, sometimes it gets bigger.
So I fitted an overheard quote I heard a couple of days ago the form, with a cheeky denotative title (with more words than the poem)…
1530 BST: Two School Mothers Conclude Their Retrieval and Investigations in Foggy Conditions
“That plane,” one
laughs. “It’s hiding.” The other:
“Hide and seek.”