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 details for this writing prompt can be found at Open Publishing Projects.

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  1. Who has never stopped in a field to look for a four-leaf clover? Who has never looked to the twinkling night skies above and wished upon a falling star? Does not the same person admire the dandelion as they cast their wish and blow its seeds in hopeful anticipation? Perhaps hope is the seed we ritualistically send into fate’s wind … hoping such dreams will find root upon nourished grounds.

    Title: Wishful Seeds

    Simple little rhymes
    passing through
    innocence in time
    casting dreams upon the breeze
    as we scatter
    such dainty seeds.

    Wishful thoughts
    careful pleads
    launched upon
    treasured dandelion seeds.

    © 2019 Baidha Fercoq All Rights Reserved


  2. Weeds swaying in the wind
    foretelling my doom
    as the weeds
    spread out
    over the land

    blasted to hell
    as nuclear war
    consumed the world

    leaving nothing
    but dust in the wind
    and weeds spreading
    all over the dead earth

    humanity becoming
    a distant memory
    as the world turns
    spinning around the sun

    with no humans left
    the world turns wild again

    and the wild things
    come out
    and take over the world

    thus goes the glory
    of the world
    mutter the weeds
    amongst themselves

    no one is left alive
    to say anything to them
    but the ghosts of humanity
    lingering in the wind


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