The form I’ve been using a lot recently is the cascade. Shadow Poetry explains how to do it, but it’s not difficult, no rhymes and a lot of repetition. Four stanzas of three lines where the first line becomes the last line of the second stanza, the second line becomes the last line of the third, and the third line becomes the last line of the fourth. It creates an attractive trickle-down effect.
The picture of a cascade I had in mind is entitled Silence so you can think of the title as a bonus prompt. Otherwise, you might like to use these words:
Cascade, tresses, eagle, abandon, rippling
This is another rather odd painting. Silence, next to a waterfall? What is the woman listening for? Her expression isn’t fearful, more interested than excited. And what is that deer doing behind her? See what you can get out of it and post the link to your poem in the comments. My poem is below.
Standing in the cascade’s spray,
Water tresses, sunlight glinting,
Watching the river run away,
I wonder is bright water rippling
On the bank where now you stand,
Standing in the cascade’s spray?
Does your heart lie dull, a dead weight,
The joy too sharp in night time dreaming,
Water tresses, sunlight glinting?
Or do you soar in wild abandon,
Eagle-free on pinions spread,
Watching the river run away?