Wake up your poetry brains with 15 Words or Less (guidelines here)!
Last week, I went with Maddie one day up to Duluth, a harbor town on Lake Superior, to take care of some stuff for her visa. She leaves for 2–3 years in only a couple of weeks:>(? Anyway, we made a day trip out of it, and one thing we did was the Great Lakes Aquarium. We had a great time, and one of the cool things I loved was this cast of a fossil of the skull of a giant armored fish (Dunkleosteous). I made Maddie pose behind it, and she humored me. It makes me think of:
1) Jonah and the whale (of course)
2) an archaeology trip–I’d love to take one
3) a cool prison in some fantasy novel, where the fossil or skeleton of a giant dragon or other scary beast is actually a prison cell
And here’s my?first draft.
It’s your turn! Have fun and stick to 15 WORDS OR LESS!??(Title doesn’t count toward word count:>) If you leave a poem in the comments, and if it’s 15 words or less, I’ll try to respond!
Here’s another picture of it, from the side: