I was writing a poem today, and wanted to name a character.
For inspiration I looked at an old poem of mine, and borrowed its structure, but then the poem soon had a life of its own. Sorry can’t tell you which one, as it is top secret.
I decided that I wanted the character’s name to be significant to the topic.
Perhaps ‘Dream’ in another language would be appropriate, so I found a website to help me.
It has so many beautiful sounding words for DREAM.
Here are some of the words for dream that also seem to me like wonderful names.
There is something so musical about them.
You can find the language they are from by visiting the link IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
The other thing that I find inspires poems are things of beauty I see, like the tree image shared for this blog.
I have written a few poems based on it, but what would you write about this tree?
It has an interesting true story, in that is was destroyed by a cyclone.
Yet, this image will always fill me with joy and make me want to dance.
But it is also a tree of my imagination now and a place where an adventure might begin.
The tree is a place for stories of the make believe.
(c) Words and Image June Perkins
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