Mirror Poem Reflects Animals from Insects

There’s a new Folding Mirror poem by Marc Latham on fmpoetry.wordpress.com. Yes, after a three-week wait, inspiration has developed into poetry, via a little perspiration, and more humour.

Catching Up With Reflections

Hi, it’s William Wolfsworth, satirical comedy poetry correspondent at the Greenygrey inspired by legendary Romantic poet William Wordsworth and wolves.

Due to the subject matter of yesterday’s blog, I didn’t cite the mirror poem paired with yesterday’s reflection; and due to artistic impact considerations hadn’t done with the one before that.

Reflection 3 Social Fantasy was paired with Hazy Horizon Optical Illusion, while yesterday’s Reflection 4 Salt of the Earth was paired with Adrift in Unnavigable Oceans: Sodium Chloride .

New Mirror Poem

Marc Latham’s new mirror poem returns to his Socrates-inspired Ant Theory, imagining the animal world from insect inspiration. There’s a couple of cool insect and animal photos, and a little more explanation, over on fmpoetry.wordpress.com. Here it is:

English: The Gibbon wolf pack pauses in the sn...

English: The Gibbon wolf pack pauses in the snowy landscape. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wander the World, Insects and Imagination

air safari
feeling barmy
looks like a lion
resembles a rhino
acts as if an anaconda

500 feet above animals, insects underneath by five

worm at one with world
beetle a battler
ant acts all organised
returning reality
grounded humanity

A wet leaf with few insects on it

A wet leaf with few insects on it (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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