17 March: Navigating Blue for FOWC

AI Art: a fishing boat on waves, seagulls flying above the boat.
Navigating Blue 

This will not stop 
this roll and pitch 
brave and blow. 

The air is a gust of birds 
scattered like handfuls of flowers. 

Muzzle your ears. 
From the roar. The howling blow. 

Close your eyes and 
relinquish your skin 
to navigating blue. 

Written for Fandango’s One Word Challenge. AI Digital Artwork is created using Midjourney v.5. Imagery and poems ©Misky 2023 Shared on Twitter #amwriting @midjourney

6 responses to “17 March: Navigating Blue for FOWC”

  1. Oh I really love this one! The second stanza and the final stanzas both made my skin tingle a little. Wonderful imagery!

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    1. Thank you! ❤️

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  2. Tranquility and turbulence when birds migrate but beautiful to behold
    Great linkage at the end ❤️


    1. Thanks, Michele.

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  3. Wow, this poem is absolutely stunning! The imagery of navigating blue and the gust of birds is so vivid and breathtaking. I love the idea of relinquishing your skin to the blue, it’s almost like letting go and surrendering to the unknown.

    But I can’t help but wonder, what inspired you to write this poem? Is it based on a personal experience or something you imagined? Also, what does the phrase “Midjourney v.5” refer to? Is it a specific digital art program or something else entirely?

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us!


    1. I’m glad you liked it. Thank you. Midjourney is the A.I. bot I use to create the digital artwork for my poetry. Midjourney is currently in open beta status, requires a subscription, and operates on a Discord server. If you goggle Midjourney, you can learn more about it.


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