I cannot recall its inspiration off the top of my head, but I am pretty sure that regardless as to what sparked the thought, it did come to me as a starseed.
As is my experience with seemingly divine words that come just as seemingly pre-written, or the trance like flow of unhindered subconscious creativity (the only *true* creative source,) either can come to you as if through automatic writing. However, the words, and the 'conduit' by which they are "received* can be fleeting, even with intense practise and intentioned perception.
Research the Akashic records, as understanding its nature will help you understand your own. This should allow you greater benefits, creatively speaking, from practices like automatic writing and drawing, meditation, and astral travel (if capable.) I like to refer to this as " Keeping the 'conduit' open."
I suppose that's a long-winded way of saying I am never without pen and paper and always write down things that come to me, but I do feel the abovementioned is good advice. I have amalgamated bits and pieces into several medium and long form creations in the past. That said, even in those cases I can't shake the sense that although each bit or piece was written over a long time and non-concurrently, deep down on some level, I knew I was writing parts of a singular poem.
When people ask me where I come up with somethings I've written, I like to say (hopefully humbly) "I just pulled them out of the air." The trick is thusly: despite the fact the words might not immediately make perfect sense, are only one or two lines that rhyme in a curious way, or even just two words forming a tiny bit of alliteration:
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