so very true.. all art comes from within the heart, writing, painting, photography, all of it
Your writing is an art and I enjoy the images. Pretty and colorful fish. Lovely post!
That is just lovely. I love your fish too.
That is very true, we create our best art when we are happiest.Lynne x
i like it.
Loved this! Art needs our undivided attention and loads of flair with imagination :D
That's why I bet you go on about your dat with a pen and paper in your pocket - to capture it when it does come. I imagine your mind is always working on something interesting.
These are fun! I've written a few, but nothing as good as this.
Sometimes forced art is a necessity just to get going... but you are right--it's more often than not unremarkable.
This is most true. I am inspired by what I see and feel and there are times that I cannot get pen to paper fast enough......i have had times when I have lost that moment, so I carry my iphone with me all the time and I can jot down thoughts or notes. Your fish are really big. Do they stay in the bottom all winter?
So very true . . . (I liked!)
I used to belong to writing groups where we did this kind of exercise. I can often write a fiction piece from a prompt, but not too often with poetry. It is just too personal for me. It is always interesting to see how writing evolves, even within one person.
Hi Gail--I like writing on cue! But I know it is not for all! Thanks for this diverting poem. I do not think your link is correct at Toads--K.
Writing on cue needs discipline, which in itself is a teacher! :-)
Though I find cues everywhere, it's more of the interest in that cue that brings a verse than the cue itself :) I liked your poetry.
Some prompts are inspirational. Others... not so much.
art is born with wings flying from the soul - that is so true! - Justjoyfulness
You create the contrast very effectively here in the different tone of your two halves.
Great imagery with the wings flying from the soul.....and I love the tetractys....just learned about this form recently and I think you created it beautifully here :-)
I must feel the same way. I'm never attracted to paintings that are precise, 'just-so', labored. I love the movement of freedom in imagery, a sense of abandonment.
Ha! I agree.
I love poems that are written from the heart... My favourites. Good job with tetractys form.
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