Wake up your poetry brains with 15 Words or Less (guidelines here)!
Here’s today’s picture:
This image on Wikimedia caught my eye because 1) it’s non-nature (and I post tons of nature pix), and 2) I just wrote about a chandelier yesterday. It’s interesting how the chandelier outshines the piano in this ad. If I were the piano maker, I’d have said, “Hey, shrink that chandelier a little bit!”
This picture makes me think of:
1. Why are there machines at the club directly under the panel T.V.s. Given how frequently pieces of equipment are under repair, it makes me nervous to be cycling away with a 300-pound metal object over my head.
2. The pianist looks like a crow, with the tails of his tux being his tail feathers.
3. I hope the chandelier-maker went halfsies on this ad!
Here’s my poem first draft.
truck’s gaping grill
caws quick and shrill
–Laura Purdie Salas, all rights reserved
What does this image make YOU think of? Whatever enters your mind, write a quick 15 words or less poem and share it in the comments! Feel free to comment on each others’ poems and tell what your favorite part is!