Like most everybody else, I’m experiencing lots of upheavals lately! I have no huge National Poetry Month plans–just hoping to share an imagepoem here each day (or as often as I can). I’m participating in Laura Shovan’s awesome #WaterPoemProject the best I can, so most of my poems will come from either that or from the PAD (Poem A Day) Challenge at Writers Digest. Grateful for the distraction of poetry and friends!
Today’s poem comes from Chris Baron’s prompt at Laura Shovan’s #WaterPoemProject: “Write a free verse poem about the hidden world of that water. ” I love images to spark my writing, and I loved looking at these microscopic photos on the Smithsonian website.
Kay Mcgriff says
I love the worlds within worlds in this poem
So many jewels. I love all the scientific words that I don’t know. Now for some Google searching…
It was great fun to use that Smithsonian Institute slideshow as fodder for my poem:>)