Above is a photograph of cone shaped flowers (their name is unknown to M. Sakran). It can inspire poetry. For example, a poet could write about:
- Three people, one an adult and two children.
- The idea of going from muted to bright, as inspired by the color change of the central flower.
- The idea of being different, inspired by the idea that these three flowers don’t have a “typical” flower shape.
- Something to do with cones, for example ice cream cones or traffic cones.
As an example, here is a poem inspired by this photograph:
Is standing out,
or something bad?
have been heard.
things are not adages,
To stand out,
amongst the others,
is something whose effect,
One will know,
when they find themselves,
standing in the rain,
or in the sun.
Above is a photograph of a flower that might be called Rose of Sharon. It can inspire poetry. For example, a poet might write about:
- Some sort of occasion with yellow flowers.
- The change of colors from the outside to the in: Yellow, Red, Yellow, Brown.
- Something to do with the possible name of the plant.
- A comparison between the yellow flower and the sun.
Here is an example poem inspire by the photograph:
on the yellow hills,
as fires burn,
within the valley,
and the last tree stands,
Here is a photograph of some kind of lily. It can inspire poetry. Here is a poem inspired by it:
Lily dyed her hair a reddish purple,
along with three of her friends,
before attending the concert,
in the field.
This is a photograph of a pink flower. Here is a poem inspired by it:
there’s a pink flower,
bright and tall in the light,
but there underneath,
are two small yellow ones,
one in the shadow,
both turned down.
This is a photograph of a purple water lily. It can inspire poetry. Here is a poem inspired by it:
As the sun set,
the sky turned purple,
and fireworks went off
This is a photograph of light pink flowers. Here is a poem inspired by it:
She smelled the flowers,
and her eyes turned pink,
This is a photograph of West Indian Lantana. It can inspire poetry. Here is a poem inspired by it:
He brought her the bouquet,
of pink and yellow flowers,
This is a photograph of an elephant yam plant. Here is a poem inspired by it:
you can see,
the brains are growing,
This is a photograph of a California poppy flower. It can inspire poetry. Here is a poem inspired by it:
went to California,
in her yellow and green dress.
She didn’t want to sail in the ocean,
or climb a mountain,
she only wanted to lay in the grass,
in the sun.
This is a photograph of a purple cone flower. It can inspire poetry. Here is a poem inspired by it:
a purple cone,
atop her head,
it was her birthday.