Untreasured

Her cries in the wind
Discarded
Contaminated

The lune is an American form of poetry similar to the haiku.  One way of writing a lune is to count the syllables: thirteen syllables are arranged in 5/3/5 format, five syllables in the first line, three syllables in the second, and five in the third.  A second variation of the lune is to count the words: three words in the first line; five words in the second line; three words in the third line.
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