Take an eye-catching line from one of the poems posted ahead of you at Poetic Bloomings, and use it as the title of a totally new poem. Be sure to credit the poet and poem it is from. Have fun!
Marie Elena’s Attempt:
I’M A POET, AND AS SUCH AM TOUGH
seep, leak, drip, drain
flee the brain, launch campaign
to wreck the reputation.
scored, pared, sliced, peeled
spread open, core revealed
displayed for summation.
In the line of fire,
(From S.E. Ingraham’s Rime Couée, “Undergoing a Sea-Change”)
THE DEADLINE CAME; THE DEADLINE WENT
I have no need to berate or vent. The deadline came,
the deadline went and all my offerings are meant as stated.
And if I am elated alone, it will be mine to own.
(From Marie Elena’s “Crash and Burn” – her prompt # 36 example)