Each year poet Laura Shovan plays with words and poem-making,
by sharing prompts, catalysts for creativity with words.
This year photographic images are the wardrobe door into idea spinning.
(And we are all spinning about Laura’s forthcoming novel in verse.)
Today’s photo is one I snapped in Washington, D.C., in the tunnel
between the Library of Congress buildings.
I’m pleased to have this response to the photo prompt,
from poet Charles Waters, via Laura Shovan.
My pouch is bundled with news,
thoughts, sweepstakes, prayers
that I can’t wait to share.
c. Charles Waters
. . .
Another look at it –
by Jan Godown Annino
O what treats
have been rollin’
in this underground
river of words.
© 2016 Jan Godown Annino
This traveling photo prompt party would be pleased to have your thoughts, lines or even poems.
Share here in comments.
Or at Laura’s blog (the link is in the first line of this post, above. And there is another link, below.)
Or via your own blog, with a link to your blog left in comments here.
And you can do this any time.
Or use the prompts but keep your results to yourself.
That’s mighty fine, too.
If you are joining recently here’s Laura’s intro.
And here is the way the found poems went last week –