May Speculative Fiction #WritingPrompt from Myths of the Mirror… #Poetry

A poem from Anita Dawes. This one with some hope and wisdom to share. Enjoy!

anita dawes and jaye marie

Diana, of Myths of the Mirror has a new feature on her blog called, “Speculative Fiction Writing Prompt.”  Please visit the link above to find out more about the challenge, then join in the great fun!

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Difference

Time makes fools of us all

You cannot outrun it, cannot change it

Let yourself ride the wave it places you on

It may push you further out beyond the sea

Where the difference becomes obvious to your mind

To make more of what you are

Let science take you beyond the limits of thought

Let them use their golden mechanical parts

Choose to make a difference

Stand out from the crowd if that is what you need

Wheels within wheels moving space, changing time

We turn; we spin our way through life

trying to keep up with the machines

Let them rebuild your broken body

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14 thoughts on “May Speculative Fiction #WritingPrompt from Myths of the Mirror… #Poetry

  1. mylilplace says:

    Using science and tech to be the best that one can be. Love the message in this poem. You have definitely picked a gem of an image, Diana…goodness…the amazing stuff it is inspiring! 🙂

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  2. I enjoyed this poem, Anita. What an encouragement to be different!

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  3. yikes – I’m intimidated about even thinking of writing to this photo prompt after reading some of the entries here. This poem is well-done.

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    • So many talented writers, Pam. It’s the best part for me about the prompt challenge – I get to read them all! And I’m sure that if you give it a try, you’ll fit right in. Your stories are awesome too. 🙂

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  4. rijanjks says:

    What an amazing poem! It throws an entirely different light on the image!

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  5. jenanita01 says:

    Thanks for the lovely comment, Nathan…

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  6. Cool poem! The ending pulls it all together. Also the pic is cool 😉

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