The Future – Found Poetry

Future

Drifting paper thin
scream no one to hear
spark the night fire
baby burst, don’t feel
replace the future hurricane
rainbow doors are closed
leave ’em brighter through the fire

Found Poetry from the song Firework

To see the whole found poetry post Future

For Open Link Night at dverse poets

Til next time ~Own the Night ~JPP

Brighter Passion

2.28.19 brighter passion

Imagine Happy
explore your
brighter passion
you are
welcome here

Final Found Poetry February. Wow I can’t believe it’s the last day of February already. This last piece is an example of “cut out” poetry. I have a real love of words, different fonts, colors and meanings. So whenever I come across a word in a magazine or an ad or whatever, I cut it out. Then I put them together to form tiny little poems. This one is on a coloring page I did for Escapists Coloring Challenge. Mindful coloring is a lovely, serene activity and frankly, I need to do more of it. Check out the challenge and grab some crayons and join us.

Til next time ~Peace ~JPP

 

The Fact of Use

the fact of use

The Fact of Use

Work, find position
listen to the fact of use
my ability low down
I do not believe

For today’s Found Poetry February, I have created a doditsu from song lyrics. Doditsu is a Japanese poetry form of four lines, syllable structure 7,7,7,5.

The source:  Working at the Car Wash Blues by Jim Croce

 

Til next time ~Peace ~JPP

The Violet Admonition of Thunder

2.22.19 FPF

I’ve always said that there is poetry to be found everywhere. You just have to look for it, in your inbox, on the refrigerator, or sometimes hanging from the underside of a dock. And sometimes, it’s perfect just the way it is. So for the 22nd Found Poetry February, this beauty.

Blue rain from a clear sky.
Our world a cube of sunlight –
but to the South
the violet admonition
of thunder.

Til next time ~Peace ~JPP