Above is a photograph of a bird flying above trees. It may be a hawk. This photograph can inspire poetry. Here are some ideas:
- This photograph required timing. It required being there when the bird was flying and getting the shot as the bird flew and was in range. The idea of timing could be applied to poetry. A poet could write about timing in different situations. A poet could also use timing in their poetry (for example with line breaks and indentions) to increase effects.
- Obviously, a poet could write about flying. A poet could write about birds flying, flying in planes or flying as if with super powers.
- This bird may be hunting. A poet could write about an animal hunting for prey.
- This bird, at the time of the photograph, was flying away from the camera. The idea of going away could be used in poetry. For example, a poet could write about one person leaving another under different circumstances.
Here is a poem inspired by the photograph:
in the dream
trying so hard
could only jump
and have the sense
of the roller coaster
until the moment
and then with freedom