Small as a Chickadee:
Write a poem about something small, an animal or object you see every day and do not usually give much thought.
I picked up a flat sparkly stone on my trip to Ogunquit last September and I keep it on the bathroom sink. I barely notice it most days because it doesn't sparkle much when it is dry. The times I do notice it, I say to myself, "Why are you keeping that?" Then I think, "It's found treasure!"
I enhanced the shine of the pebble for the illustration. It's more silver than gold in real life.
Irene, who has recently been traveling in FL to share her two newly published books of poems, is home and hosting the Round-Up at Live Your Poem.