“There is always a pleasure in unravelling a mystery, in catching at the gossamer clue which will guide to certainty.”
"Singularity is almost invariably a clue. The more featureless and commonplace a crime is, the more difficult is it to bring it home."
Midweek Motif ~ Evidence/Clues
I nearly called this prompt "reading the signs"~so go with that if you wish. Clues might be more fun, and lots and lots about evidence is in the news these days. Do we seek these signs, clues, and evidence "to create order out of chaos" as Will Shortz says (see quote above)? Or are we passing the time in game mode, entertaining ourselves?
Your Challenge: Write a new poem with one or more signs, clues, or pieces of evidence in it ~ and express where they lead.
Please share your new poem using Mr. Linky below and visit others in the spirit of the community.
(Next week Sumana’s Midweek Motif will be ~ the Wall.)