Sunday, March 13, 2011

The Poetry Pantry Is Now Open - #33


The Poetry Pantry
2nd Chance Poems or 1st time shares

Anything goes!! All Poems, all Poets, All Week!!

Do you have a poem you would like to share? Something that you just felt inspired to write and want others to read. Perhaps it’s a poem that didn’t get as much exposure on your blog as you would have liked. Maybe it’s a poem that you wrote a long time ago that you would like people to revisit. That’s what this section of Poets United is for.

Each Sunday we start a new post with a New Mr. Linky for you. This is so that you can post a link to anything you want us to read, anything at all related to poetry or prose found on your own poetry blogs. It will remain open all week so that you can show us your writings and thoughts. You can post links weekly should you chose to do so. What poetry you put here is up to you so don't be afraid to share with us!!

There 3 simple rules:

1. Don’t link to more than 3 poems per week.

2. Please visit some of the other poems linked here when you link to yours.


3. Leave a comment after you have posted
your link.

29 comments:

  1. Only lived through one minor earthqauke...still scary. The tired monk prays for Japan.

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  2. First time visiting the Pantry, so I guess this is a 'first time share' for me. Have really enjoyed the poems that were posted before me.

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  3. Back after a few months of creative block. Ready to cheer in our 200th member.

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  4. Glad I found Poetry Pantry.

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  5. I decided to link to an old poem. My thoughts are in Japan where a young friend of mine survived the earthquake. I wrote about her today on my site. Scary times on Planet Earth.

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  6. Two for the price of one, today!

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  7. Contemplation is integral for writing and life.

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  8. My 2nd entry today.
    Thank you Poetry Pantry for giving us the opportunity to share our work with like-minded souls.

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  9. Lovely reading in this pantry!!

    mine is slightly on the darker side...read it if you're on the same side ;)

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  10. Poets United,

    Thoughts composed, when all alone!

    Best wishes, Eileen

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  11. Here's my better late than never comment... I am loving what I'm reading from above!

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  12. Fumbling about, posted wrong for Ghost, but got it right for Pantry...wonderful to be here.

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  13. Hi! Beginning to get into the regularity of this site and checking out the others!

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  14. Here is
    my entry to the pantry........

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  15. Glad to add my stuff to the Pantry. Hope it's tasty! Have a good week all!
    http://lolamousedroppings.blogspot.com/2011/03/walk-mile.html

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  16. Thanks to everyone who's commented on my blog from Poets United. I've felt so welcome - if a little shy.

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  17. My new one is about silence. :) Enjoy.

    http://fyodorlewis.blogspot.com/2011/03/what-silences-say.html

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  18. Hello everyone,
    I'm really enjoying the other poems in the Pantry.
    Thanks for all the tidbits & links.

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  19. Another one hot off the presses..

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  20. Poets United?..... ( just a little thought tossed out there)

    Together are states
    and nations and such
    none warm the heart mind as much

    Poets united
    can one conceptualize
    Power and passion of pen
    A rhythmic world prize

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  21. Apologies..just stumbling about in the dark of the newness of the Pantry. I would like to share the first "Kaitlin" poem which was about a murdered four-year-old little girl .... Kaitlin just appeared one day in a very visual way with her story, in response to a prompt to write an inverted pyramid. Kaitlin is not actual in the physical sense of the word and her story is not based on any particular case. There became a baker's dozen of Kaitlin poems and " Waiting For Kaitlin" was a NaNoWriMo Challenge novel... the story of Kaitlin's mother and her struggle with " reality". .... Well, here I go to move the first Kaitlin poem.
    ( please tell me if I am not using The Pantry correctly and again enormous
    thanks for the warm welcome!)

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