Auroras & Blossoms #PoArtMo 2020 – Day 16 – “Symbols of Romance” by David Ellis – A Kindku Poem Inspired by John Keats

Hey there everyone.

I’m participating in PoArtMo (Positive Art Month) throughout the month of June, so you get to read poetry from me every day, just like you did for NaPoWriMo in April!

Want to know more about PoArtMo? It stands for two things: Positive Art Month and Positive Art Moves.

  • Positive Art Month is a month dedicated to positive art. Every June, artists around the world are invited to create and celebrate positive art for 30 days. It can be absolutely anything art related: photography, poetry, short stories, sculptures, drawings, theatre, etc.
  • Positive Art Moves celebrates positivity and inspiration in art all year long.

PoArtMo is open to hobbyist, amateur and professional artists. Artists interested in participating in PoArtMo can do so by heading to this link to find out more, along with submissions opportunities for a PoArtMo Contest and a PoArtMo Anthology too:-

PoArtMo – how to participate and find out more

Furthermore, you may have noticed that I am using a new poetry form this month called “The Kindku”. This is a brand new form created by Auroras & Blossoms and you can can find out more about this poetry style here:-

The Kindku Poetry Form – how to write it

So, here is my Kindku for today, thank you for reading and hope you are now keen to get involved in PoArtMo and/or write your own Kindku poem soon!

Image by Enrique Meseguer from Pixabay

“Symbols of Romance”
Books expand our minds
We find treasures in symbols
Romance, hope for days
Stuffed to the brim, with magic
Relish their stories
Travelling from far and wide
Think how to write more
Kindku inspired by 
“When I Have Fears That I May Cease to Be” by John Keats
© 2020 David Ellis

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