Thursday, February 26, 2015

Weekly Wikems. Gravity.

Hello everyone, it's Thursday. Make it 'wikems time'.

Wikems = Wikipedia poems

  • Each Thursday I post a link to a Wikipedia article, a quote from it and my wikem inspired by that quote.
  • I invite you to explore the article, searching for a quote that clicks with you. (You are free to use "my" Wiki quote if it happens to be the one.)  
  • Once you've found your quote, use it as an epigraph, write your wikem and post a link to it in the comments below.  (You are welcome to post your wikem directly in the comments if you prefer.)

 Let's play!

Last week's 'black' had a lot of outer space vibe to it...back to Earth this week...maybe.
Also, saw this post by Kristin Nelson. Check it out, writers.

And the wiki link is...
Go explore. Search. Find. Write.

"gravity...cannot be...shielded against"

She used to be a bird once
before she found gravity
cannot be transformed
or shielded against
before she fell
and touched
the sky

Thank you for reading my wikem. 
Cannot wait to read yours.

Live for the Love of it,
Sasha A. Palmer (a.k.a. "Happy")


  1. Brilliant! That's all I can say:) I'll be back later.

  2. another fun topic:) thank-you.

  3. Ah... I picture winged and feathered dinosaurs that cannot fly...
    But also very emotionally filled - in it's brevity.
    I wrote something yesterday which fits your prompt too and is also 'emotional'. I have it at B here:

    And it is also at WP here:

    1. It's amazing how the same words can trigger different associations. I never had feathered dinosaurs in mind while writing, but why not? :-)

  4. Might have given you the wrong wp link - this is the correct one:

    1. This link works. Boy, does it work. You did a great job, Jules.