Rob from Surroundings has pointed up the latest Guardian Poetry Challenge, which is to take opening lines from the poet, W. S. Graham and use them as opening lines for new poems.
Never one to look a gift horse in the mouth, I'm going to try this out too!
The first line in the list, is Imagine a forest. How could you pass a line like that?
Rob suggests taking all the lines and drafting a poem a day and posting it for C&C. Now doesn't that sound like a plan?