For The Sunday Whirl poetry prompt: Wordle #184
twine, conjure, nest, carry, spirits, bend,
through, curl, trinkets, neglect, cap, back, sigh
And Poets United: Poetry Pantry #145
Feathers are symbols of truth
light enough not to be a burden
strong enough to carry beating life
large bird nest
where twining twigs bend
over and through one another.
fragile treasure hoard
of ancient spiritual guides.
carries it back home,
gift, never to be neglected.
Elizabeth Crawford 1/19/14
Notes: Used all of the words except trinkets, which I replaced with treasure. The poetic form (times three) is the Fibonacci poem. It is syllabic and is counted thus:
1 syllable for first line
1 syllable for second line
2 syllables for third
3 syllables for fourth
5 syllables for fifth
8 syllables for sixth
Image is a one of the first digital paintings I did several years ago. A friend helped get the bird correctly.