I'd like you to write a small poem (no more than ten lines) about anything too tiny for the eye to see, whether real or from your imagination. NEW poems only please.
Though your poem is small, make it rich. Cherish and perfect every word. Make it feel and sound and be no less than amazing. Edit and re-edit. Craft with love. Be creative and original.
You don't have to write in any particular form, but you can if you like. But please, no prose, no formal short-form poetry (haiku, tanka etc), no acrostics.
And please, no religious themes.
I have posted a poem on the theme to inspire you to do better than me! It's called "An Atom Is Small".
Up to ten glory-drenched placements
Preparing Your Entry
As usual with me, please avoid revealing yourself in your styling by:
- Aligning your poem left (unless its shape is a critical ingredient)
- Avoiding using bold or italics throughout (although either may be used for emphasis)
- Writing your footer like this
Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.
A Note to Poetry Contestants
You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.