. Write a poem that casts a fresh eye over a classic movie---any form, any length, any mood. This challenge comes from the lovely Susan Jarvis Bryant. Her example is below. Post your movie-inspired poem in the comments below. . Wafting in the Wind “Quite frankly, my dear, I just don’t give a damn!” He declaimed as the curtain came down On her high-cotton life as a wife to this man--- She’d been crazy to cling to a clown. He had sucked the bold breeze from her billowing sails. Scarlett’s cheeks turned as red as her name. As the keen buzzards pecked on love’s steaming entrails, Vexation held Butler to blame. He had picked on a vixen equipped with the kick Of a mule fueled by scorn and raw hate. She flicked her cute boot in a trick so dang quick The Grim Reaper appeared at the gate. Rhett wafts in the wind as it wails through the night While O’Hara plays coquettish host To her shadowy cad clad in wild wisps of white--- She has thrown her stone heart to a ghost. . .