The last line of the preceding poem is the first line of the following...
Anahata... If you read it, Namaste, if you don't, Namaste. Image is from Wikipedia Commons CC by-sa 3.0 Image Creator Morgan Phoenix
Chain #2 The first line is the last line of the preceding poem in Chain. This probably belongs in the Collection " Days Like These ". As a work of the U.S. federal government , the image is in the public domain .
Chain #3 The first line is the last line of the preceding poem in Chain. Where form permits. Otherwise, there may be an enjambement of difference. Give a writer a (line-) break, huh? Image use is permitted by Unilever under CCA/SA 3.0 but implies no endorsement of the content of this poem.
Chain #4 The first line of this is the last line of the preceding, blah blah blah Original Image is Helix Nebula in infra-red. From "Hidden Universe". image Licence is. CC 4.0 Attribution, image is produced by European Space Observatory http://www.eso.org/public/images/eso1329d/ Author ESO/VISTA/J. Emerson
Chain #5 The last words/line of the preceding poem form the start of the next. Image is in the Public Domain, set free to roam there by Wikipedia themselves...
Chain #6 And the last shall be first (You get it, I know). Picture is for use under CC0 license and comes from maxpixel.com
Chain #7 Last words to first words in the wink of a jaundiced eye. Picture is: shared after edit/merge with other public domain picture from wikipedia commons (in PD due to age of image), under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International; original image by Mark Funk
Chain #8 The last words in the preceding poem are the first words in the next chain link. This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore in the public domain because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship . (perhaps like the poetry it accompanies).
Chain #9 The last words of the prev... Do I need to keep doing this? Image created by author using PD image of bomb and CC-ASA 3.0 licensed picture of religious symbols from Wikipedia commons.
Chain #10 The first words are the last words of the preceding poem. Image is US Govt Departmental and as such is in the Public Domain.
Chain #11 Last words to First words... Will the chain connect? Or is it broken? Image edited by author is from MaxPixel free image website.
Chain #11 Last words, first words (you know how it goes) NB I don't often give clues but... Look up El Cid on IMDB Image is in the Public Demain sourced at Wikipedia Commons.
Chain #13 Last words to first words... Image is Public Domain sourced at Wikipedia Commons.
Chain No.14 Last words to first words... Image source is Wikpedia: creator is William Casey. Use under CC4-SA Licence.
Chain #16. Last words become first words... Image is in Public Domain, source Wikipedia Commons.
Chain No. 17 Last words to first, the chain is nearing closure... Image is used in accordance with CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 image creator is Matthew on Flicker