On September 2, 2014, there was a photograph to inspire poetry called The purple flower in a blog post. This artwork is of that flower.
This artwork could inspire poetry in different ways. For example, a poet could write a poem where someone picks flowers. The poem could be positive (e.g. a child picking flowers for their mother) or negative (e.g. a child picking flowers for their mother’s grave (which is negative in a sense)). The poem could be consistent (i.e. the flower picking is what it seems) or inconsistent (i.e. the flower picking isn’t what it seems. For example, a poet could start a poem with imagery of flowers being picked and end with a reality of a bulldozer going over a field). The poem could focus on the flowers, or have the flowers be something that adds to a larger idea.