Today's prompt is yesterday's: to take words from a news story and reassemble some or all of them (splice and dice, repeat if need) into a poem.
So I googled top stories of the day (trying to avoid the disastrous and tragic ones and steer towards something light-hearted) and couldn't resist this one from the NY Times about the debacle of the 'love-locked' bridges in Paris - whether they are a romantic expression beloved of the city or an eyesore and practical nuisance.
Oh, and I decided to flip the theme too.
On Bridges in Paris, Clanking With Love
Bridges of melancholy
beneath the weight
of tossed names,