Today I am sharing a poem that I wrote earlier this month, along with a coloring page, for Linda G. Hill’s coloring club for the month of May. I thought the picture was super cute, and the colors are not spartan at all. 🙂
This poem is for FOWC: Search and was partially inspired by this prompt about what provides comfort. It is written in a form that I learned from Abigail Gronway at “Dark Side of the Moon” a long time ago. Go check out her blog; she writes fantastic poetry! I am also linking with DVerse OLN.
I almost forgot about this week’s décima challenge, so here is my response. This was also inspired by FOWC: Lucid. I used to have nightmares a lot, and they were mostly very repetitive. Eventually, I learned how to control my dreams better so that my dream-self would not keep falling into the same traps!
Despite some good prompts (including the paint chips), all I’ve got this afternoon is a cinquain for FOWC.
To write today —
The words themselves have a
What if tomorrow’s sunrise is the most divine?
What if a coming sunset is the prettiest?
What if what you search for, you have found?
What if that drab stick on the dry ground
Is a magic wand, bringing peace, more than a dream?
What if you keep seeking what magic means?
Is the garden:
Red strawberries ripened,
Big black-and-yellow butterfly
Scamper of lizards scurrying
And I am imbued too: