Wake up your poetry brains with 15 Words or Less (guidelines here)!
On Father’s Day, we also went to the Minneapolis Institute of Art to see the Leonardo daVinci codex exhibit. Amazing! Randy wanted to browse the Mark Mothersbaugh exhibit, too. Not so amazing–well, just not my taste, for the most part. But this piece caught my eye. It makes me think of:
1) Weebles wobbling, obviously!
3)Human-size chess boards and pieces
And here’s my?first draft.
Oh, the Padlet worked beautifully last week. Let’s do it again! Just click here to add your poem. I shared last week’s on my Poetry Friday post, and people loved it. Fun to have our work in one, easily-readable spot. It’s going to be hard to choose whether to continue with the Padlet or just having poems in the Comments. For now, we’ll do both, but just for a few more weeks.
Note: I’m on the road with my younger daughter today to take care of overseas visa application–with a side trip to gawk at beautiful Lake Superior. So, I won’t be able to comment in the Comments. I will approve poems on the Padlet throughout the day, though.
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!