So today’s prompt really has to be based on his work.
The picture was posted to flickr by the Scottish Poetry Library with the explanation:
The Edwin Morgan Archive is housed in our basement. During the official opening in April 2009, we exhibited some of the holdings in an exhbition called ‘Bawr Stretter! Messages from a poet’. This vinyl lettering of ‘The Loch Ness Monster’s Song’ was part of it. The bike, sporting tweed wheels, is by artist George Wylie.
‘The Loch Ness Monster’s Song’ must be one of the best known sound poems. You can hear Morgan read it on The Poetry Archive, and anyone who has ever visited the lochs must recognise these noises!
Have a go at writing your own sound poem!
More about the Edwin Morgan Archive at the Scottish Poetry Library.