This is a cross posting with my other blog “Check It Out“.
Tricia at Miss Rumphius Effect challenged us to writing a type of haiku: the lune. The syllable structure is reversed thus creating a crescent shape like the new moon at the end of the lines.
Well, I am a week late But here is my poem. It also ties in with the Sunday Scribbling’s prompt: “winter’s tale”.
december moon glows on fields
snow blankets cover
twinkle lights, stars dance
geese honk their good byes
mice scurry on snow
winter’s silent tale begins