Above is a photograph of a water drop on clover. It can inspire poetry. Some ideas include poems about:
- Thirst. A poet could see the water drop and think of a person in a situation where they had little water. A poet could write about that person being thirsty.
- Singularity. There is one water drop alone on the clover. A poet could see that and apply the idea to situations in life. They could write about people who are unique or alone.
- Precariousness. The water drop is precarious. It could easily fall off or evaporate. A poet could use the idea of precariousness in a poem.
- Temporary. This water drop is temporary. A poet could write about people in temporary conditions.
- Support. The clover is supporting the water drop, but water, in part, supports the clover, although in a different sense. A poet could write about support in a poem.