#170 of #365 A Prompt A Day For Bee ~ sky

That will be an interesting one :-):

You can find the original German post here: #frapalymo impuls 18nov14

” your times and the images they created were great! gorgeous what a simple prompt like this invokes in you! maybe a cycle of poems would be interesting too ~ a line where every poem is dedicated to an hour… my mind is working….Β 

before it gets too loud, here the next prompt for you: i offered you this prompt already in May, and i was very impressed by the poems it created. That is why i want to do that again with you.

and that is why the prompt for #frapalymo no 18 is: i give you the first line: under a foreign sky. we all want to start our poems with this line (under a foreign sky) from the poem “schatten rosen schatten” by ingeborg bachman and see where our thoughts will lead us. i am curious in which directions your poems will go!

and the small print: please tell me via mail or twitter, if you want to verse with me, that means I can tweet the link to your post. or post your poem or the link to your poem in the comment section under my poem on the according day. hashtag for me to recognise the tweet is #frapalymo (mainly in German) and I am @FrauPaulchen.

Of course, you can leave your poem or the link to it here on “The Bee Writes…” in the comment section and I will tweet about it and tell Sophie.

Description for visually impaired readers: big, clear blue Norfolk sky with a little cloud over line of trees. Behind trees hides the village Trunch

under a foreign sky*
I found home
~

peppermint leafs

* quote by Ingeborg Bachman “Schatten Rosen Schatten”

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