This poetry writing prompt submitted by Michelle Angelini
Have you ever heard a sound and it brings back a very good memory? Something like wind chimes, taiko drums, a bird singing or gentle, rolling thunder at night? Pick a sound, then relate it in a poem to something in nature or to a memory completely unrelated to the sound heard. It could be in nature, children, an event, like a concert or cultural one. Even though using sound for the prompt, the poem can also include any of the five senses.
Breezes ruffle the wind chimes;
it is water over rocks – the stream where she stopped
over forty years ago driving into the mountains<span class=”Apple-converted-space”> </span>
from San Bernardino.
The tree leaves speak to her.
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