Starting Point

So varied is the starting point,
the foundation of a poem:
sometimes a thought, a word,
image, phrase, feeling, sound,
or something you have found
in a different writer’s wall,
the brickweave of their soul.

Kim M. Russell, 27th August 2020

My response to Poets and Storytellers United Weekly Scribblings #34: Foundation

This Wednesday, Rommy asked us to consider the word foundation and use it to build up our words. 

14 thoughts on “Starting Point

  1. Word artists tend to be a bit like magpies and crows, playfully scooping up bits of shiny that entice them. It’s always so neat to see the reflections we each find coming from those same shiny objects.

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