Inspiration Call: Micropoetry Monday



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Inspiration Call: Micropoetry Monday – use this picture as inspiration for a micro poem (a short poem with no particular rules).

Publishing Opportunity: At the end of every year we will publish an anthology using our daily inspiration calls. Want to participate? Simply write your interpretation of the photo that inspires you and share it in the comment section of the original post right here on our blog. You will be notified here also, should your work be chosen for inclusion in the publication. We donate 100% of all proceeds from our anthologies to the Starving Artist Fund. For more details visit our site.

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3 replies

  1. Lightning strikes
    Before the owls
    Wide eyes
    Not a feather ruffles
    Waiting for a new day
    To begin



  2. Cosmic lightening protends the end of the world

    One evening I am lost
    In the forest
    It is getting dark
    I come upon a tree

    On the tree
    Is a cosmic owl
    Who looks at me
    And says

    Beware, human,
    The end is near
    God has decreed
    That humanity must die

    I look up
    And there is a flash of lightning
    And thunder
    And the skies open up

    And the beginning
    Of the end of the world
    Began with that flash
    Of Cosmic angry light


  3. Loucetius – the Beauty that Harms

    The wise can’t be lured
    by the lurid Loucetios,
    knowing the dark
    hides its chambers and charms.

    The fool cannot wait
    for the dawn of enlightenment,
    chasing the bright fleeting beauty
    that harms.


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