Dawn

the dawn breaks

my head full of dreams.

i get up.

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[A lune is an English form of haiku broken into word, not syllable count, for a three lined stanza: 3-5-3]

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17 thoughts on “Dawn

    1. Thanks, I went with the NaPoWriMo suggested prompt of lune, and liked the result, myself. Surprising line breaks can still happen in 3 lines. I’m in ❤️ with language.

    1. Lucidity breaks up the ethereal state of dreaming. I suppose if we did walk around as if we were sleeping, we would be literal “airheads.” But I do understand your point to awaken our dreams in daily living. 😊

    1. I made sure it fit for classical haiku for carpe diem purposes. For a lune, the 3-5-3 words wouldn’t need to be any specific syllable count. I like the compact form too.

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