Light: A poem where each line is just one word. -or- A Thesaurus Poem. Begin with one word, using a thesaurus or your own intuition branch out from synonyms to the mythology o the word.
Climbing: Have you ever felt that other people have defined you by your hair? Or have you defined yourself by your hair?
Daughters: What does the origin of your name say about the person you have become? Anything?
Thel: Ghost line: amid the sweet broken bodies/of birds.
For Roddy: Remember a time when someone you trusted hurt you so irreparably that you cut off contact. How would your relationship have moved forward if that incident hadn't happened but had only Almost happened?
The Woman You Are Accustomed To: What do the people in your dreams wear?
Here Yet Be Dragons: What fell off the edge of the world when it was still a flat thing?
The Earth Is A Living Thing: If the Earth was a living thing, what would it be? How would it live?
If I Should: You are a goddamned superhero. You. Right now. You don't have to imagine it. It's true. But if you're a superhero, what is your secret identity like?
Note Passed To Superman: What was destroyed so that you could lead the life you're currently living? Probably not a planet, but maybe a sibling's ability to afford college? A parent's job?
Far Memory: Ghost line: My knees recall pockets/worn into the stone floor
Brothers: A conversation between God and an aged Lucifer where only one of their voices is heard in the poem.
An ongoing conversation between writers and the text that they're reading.