Above is a photograph of tree tops in fog. It can inspire poetry. A poet could write about:
- Being in a foggy forest. They could write about being lost or not being able to see. They could write about it positively in the sense that the fog was part of something mysterious but good.
- A person being in a fog. They could use the idea metaphorically to write about a person who is confused or is not thinking clearly.
- Flying through clouds. Because the fog is high in the trees it might remind a poet of flying in a plane through clouds. A poet could write a poem about this.
- Views on social issues. Depending on the issue, a poet could write about people related to it being in a fog. They could either write about opponents of the issue or supporters. The fog could imply that they are not seeing things clearly and are either thinking wrongly or not taking positive actions.
P. S. This is the one hundredth “singular” photograph to inspire poetry on this blog. It is the one hundredth photograph to inspire poetry that isn’t in some way part of something else, such as a post series.