Aimee sent me two pieces to select from, which I appreciated, so I sent her two poems, and old and a newer one. Here are our two resulting pairings of photography and poetry. The first photo shows the George Washington Masonic National Memorial. It inspired this geometry poem.
Aimee chose this poem, written from the flipped expression "my eyes flashed before my life," which slipped out of my daughter's mouth one day (probably during a driving lesson).
I'm pretty pleased with both match-ups--fascinated by Aimee's response piece and thrilled as always by how effective a prompt can be for me (not to mention a deadline). I bet other PF regulars participated--find more inspiration at the round-up today, hosted by Tara at A Teaching Life.