Lune (Short form invented by poet Robert Kelly in the 1960s due to his dissatisfaction with the Western use of the haiku)
Form: 13 syllables arranged in three lines:
Line 1 = 5 syllables
Line 2 = 3 syllables
Line 3 = 5 syllables
Variation created by Jack Collom flips the pattern and uses words instead of syllables to determine form:
Line 1 = 3 words
Line 2 = 5 words
Line 3 = 3 words
FROM ONE STONE, MANY
FROM ONE STONE, MANY (pirate Lune 5-3-5) To seek the treasure- Inhale, dive. Avoid sharp coral....
DERANGED (pirate Lune 5/3/5) Captain Lunacy giggles, snorts, laughs at crew...
WEAPONS (Pirates – Jack Collum (inside out Lune)) Attack prep – Polish, sharpen, shine anchor...