daft picture poem

Ceiling too low
I want to grow
but it gets in the way of my stretch.

If I bounce a bit
I’ll hit my nose
but at least he’ll wake up at my screech.

This is silly.
I might as well
climb down and go and make tea.

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14 Responses to daft picture poem

  1. pmwanken says:

    🙂 …glad you didn’t give up on the picture entirely!



  2. Mary says:

    At least you had some fun with this picture! It was not one that would inspire me. LOL.


  3. Viv, I had the same reluctance at doing anything with the prompt. For a moment I thought of fishes dangling a hook and catching a unsuspecting human. I did like your movement toward poetry and it’s abandonment for a spot of tea. Earl Grey for me with a slice of peach in it.


  4. I really like your response! 🙂 This was a hard one for me too, and I ended up going philosophical with it. Glad to see some humor injected. Well done.



  5. I agree, Viv. The pic was frustrating to write to, but tea is good.



  6. “Daft” is a good word for it. The picture was rather aggravating, I just started picking things around the room, and lamely went somewhere with it when I noticed I was picking fabrics.


  7. Both the photo and your poem give me a feel good feeling!


  8. b_y says:

    The picture irked me. I put it through a batch of image manipulation processes, smearing it all around, and couldn’t get rid of that ceiling, either.


  9. Irene says:

    The irreverence is most enjoyable. And tea, that too.


  10. Sam says:

    Love your poem! It was all the more funny given that I had just read another interpretation of the picture that was quite a bit more serious. 🙂 I suppose that’s what makes poetry so amazing: part of us goes into each poem we write, making every piece and indeed every interpretation different.


  11. nan says:

    Fun poem, Viv. The photo prompt sent me in a silly direction about low ceilings too! 😀


  12. Tilly Bud says:

    Great response, Viv!

    I rather like this pic, but I couldn’t do anything with it.


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