The Great Sky Parade
(An add-your-own-image poem)
by Imelda Morales

A man whose robe 
had slipped beneath 
the trunk of jewels behind him

Became a snake 
with one great bell
dangling from its tail-like steam

That faded white 
into a witch 
with pointy hat on her head

Which covered hair 
That reached her shoes,
A sharp-nosed pair on a bed

Of cotton fluff 
and snow feathers 
And the softest angel wing

Attached to one 
Smiling seraph 
Upon his head a round ring.

Now it’s your turn 
To add a shape
To this parade of sky cast

But just make sure 
To make each form
Connect to the next and last!