Written for: Poets and Storytellers United Weekly Scribblings #52: Something About Mary (posted by Rosemary) "One of the things I did in the break was lots and lots of reading. And one of the things I read, cover to cover, was Dream Work by Mary Oliver – many people’s favourite poet, and definitely one of my favourites. I don’t think there could be a Mary Oliver poem I would dislike, just not possible! "This is one I like especially:"
Prompt: I invite you to choose a line or phrase from this poem and use it to inspire a new piece of your own writing. You don’t have to use those actual words in your piece, though you certainly may. I wonder how much the heart can hold, bold as it's beating may sound. Sometimes room seems stretched to capacity. May all the beauty of nature be easily accommodated. (Line I used: ("if the doors of my heart ever close . . .") https://poetsandstorytellersunited.blogspot.com/