An Apple A Day Keeps Bad Thoughts At Bay

I seek to nibble
Bits, bites, bytes
On a Macintosh.

I dream of her juice
Smells of Ambrosia.

My forbidden fruit
Pink Lady temptress.

Today’s National Poetry Writing Month prompt from was to write a “lune” poem. A lune poem is similar to a haiku, which is a three-line poem in five, seven, five syllables, respectively; however, the lune poem is a five-three-five syllaballic three line poem. Alternatively, one can use five words, three words, five words in your three line-poem respectively.

You can also check out another lune poem I wrote for National Poetry Write Month in 2014 here:

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