NaPoWriMo's prompt for today is to write a hay(na)ku, a 3-line take on the haiku only without attention to syllabics. The first line has one word, the second line two words, and the third line three words. I love haiku and haiku-esque poetic forms for several reasons. One of the main reasons is I think they are a great form for encapsulating and remembering facts and information, and defining things in an easy to remember way. They are also just fun exercises in concision.
Makes men uncomfortable.
Calculated Bitch Fest.
Self inflicted silence.
Nocturnal pollinators wonderland.