Let's try something a little different this time. I offer you a simple three card spread, known as The Three Fates. The cards were chosen randomly, with no question, and no significator chosen. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to write a poetic summation (or reading) of the three.
Have fun, and good luck!
--This card represents an important element of the past.
-This card represents a deciding element of the present.
-This card represents a critical element of the future.
Now there you have it. Do with it what you will, but hopefully all three can be incorporated into a single poem. For those of you who are particularly bored with the challenges, and happen to be be adept with forms, I did think that this might make an interesting sonnet, since four lines could be attributed to each card and the "reading" could be summed up in the last two lines, which would give you all the necessary fourteen.
And no, I have no intention of doing it myself.
I'm having too much fun and learning very much about both poetry and tarot just by reading you brave souls who venture into my little realm here.
Thanks for playing! (And the sonnet idea is just an extra teaser btw--as always, I have no rules other than Ron's. Any form, any forum suited to the content is fine by me.)