This is my first attempt at the Elusive Trope’s magnet poetry challenge. To be fair, it’s his first challenge. As usually happens when I do something for the first time, I made a bollix of it. I fiddled with it for ages trying to fit in all the suggested words before it dawned on me, it wasn’t an obligation.
Doug’s post explains how to participate in this extremely complicated, technologically challenging exercise.
Here is a link to what my magnet poem looks like. Try to imagine the words I actually used hiding behind some of the others.
And below is what it ought to have looked like.
Moonlight follows dusk
in sacred harmony,
bright frost on grass, moist moss and earth
breathe ancient poetry.