Dancing with the Moon: A Sijo

Today’s official NaPoWriMo prompt is to write a Sijo, which is a traditional Korean poetry form. It’s described as similar to the haiku, but the lines are longer and, to me, it seems more complicated. I like how this turned out but am not sure if it is technically correct. Here is a site that explains in detail how to write one. 

The moon, always up in the sky, exerts a pull on tides and souls.

Rising, falling feelings as she changes, forcing me too to dance.

She hears the hoot of an owl, or mysterious astral song.

timelapse photography of moon
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