Sunday, March 1, 2015

Poetry Pantry #241



 Patti Wolf's Photos of Wisconsin (USA) Waters











Greetings, Friends!   Where did February go?  Hard to believe it is already the first day of March.  I don't know about the rest of you, but it seems that this winter has been very, very long.

Thank you, Patti (Wolfrosebud), for providing the wonderful photos for today's Pantry!  Of course, I know firsthand what a beautiful state it is; but I think that Patti's photos show it off to the max.

Remember to check back with Poets United on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday as well.  On these days you can enjoy the features that Sherry, Susan, and Rosemary provide.

With no further delay, enjoy reading poetry today.  Post your poem using Mr. Linky.  Write a comment below saying 'hi' so we get to know you a bit; and then read some poetry.   Be sure to comment on the poems of others as you read.

Have a great poetic week!

31 comments:

  1. Hello friends, a very Happy Sunday to you all...ah who says water has no color...beautiful photos Patti :)

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  2. Greetings from Greece!

    Good morning, everyone!

    Thank you Patti, for these images of effervescent energy amid your spectacular surroundings!

    Patti, I have left you two comments, one just a minute ago, and the other early, last Sunday morning, commenting on your wonderful poem, 'The Day I Fell in Love', which I believe might be lingering in your Spam box, as was the case with two other contributors. Could you please have a look? I wasn't able to locate your email on your blog, and since you also show up as a noreply-comment blogger in my inbox, I had no way of contacting you, and luckily, found another opportunity, here in this forum.

    Thank you.

    Happy March 1st!

    Poppy

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  3. What gorgeous photos!

    A little nostalgia trip for me today, which I expect others will be able to relate to all too well.

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  4. my piece is something about the query...where did February go?

    beautiful photos, gracias Patti

    feliz Marzo a todos

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  5. Ah..time is running.. what a wonderful to greet the Lamb in March with your water photos Patty.. Have a wonderful sunday...

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  6. Thanks for the lovely pictures Patti ~ Its another white winter day for me here ~ Keep warm everyone ~ Happy Sunday ~

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  7. Good morning, Friends! Looking forward to some good poetry today. At the beginning of winter I wondered if it will ever end. Now it does seem to be on the wane. I can just smell spring in the air, though the cold lingers. Happy March.

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  8. Have a wonderful Sunday, last week, I read the poems on the train and I liked it. Will do it again tomorrow :-)

    Thanks for the photos. I hope winter will disappear tomorrow, lol

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  9. Patti's photos are fantastic. The water rushing then serene and blue. And that lovely creature staring out of the screen; lovely!

    Blessed Sunday!

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  10. Beautiful photos, so colorful! Good morning and Happy Sunday, poets :)

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  11. good morning...i will be around in a little bit maybe...or i might take the day off and just read some of your links...

    ha i like the frog

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    1. Ha, Brian...take a rest perhaps. You deserve one. Make a snowman while you can. Smiles.

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    2. we still have enough snow...a little freezing rain and ice today...
      just got home from church and lunch...and have to do laundry and clean
      house...so i may sit this one out mary...

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  12. Wonderful photos, Patti! Thank you for sharing them. Have a great Sunday, everyone!

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  13. Beautiful pictures, Patti! :) Have a great Sunday everyone!

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  14. Those are beautiful photos! Inspired by the leaf I expanded on a poetic thought I got the other day while walking the dogs. :-)

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  15. Good morning...it is official, we have had the coldest month on record here....yesterday the high and low were 20 degrees below normal and that is what the whole month has been like....so I am ready to let winter go. Patti these pictures are perfect to warm me up and get ready for spring. I loved visiting Wisconsin when I was a child growing up in Northern Indiana.

    Time to go visiting and read some wonderful poems.

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  16. Good morning! Beautiful pictures, Patti!! I'll be making my rounds later on today. I wish everyone a happy Sunday :)

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  17. My link didn't work? www.somethingsithingabout-annell-annell.blogspot.com

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  18. Good morning, my poetic buddies. Patti, your photos are so beautiful. Your lake is so huge it looks like the ocean..........I love the peeping frog. Kids, I am working this morning (and am so exhausted from a rather brutal week), but I promise I will make my way around later today. Looking forward to the goodies!

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  19. Hello everyone, Beautiful photos Patti.

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  20. Good Afternoon, I always enjoy seeing what pictures will greet us on Sunday. Wishing all a great day!

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  21. Happy March! i hope everyone has a great week.

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  22. Patti---what gorgeous photos....there is just something about fall leaves floating in water that is so poetic to me....and in the second-to-last photo, the color of the water is divine and the sand on the beach looks so smooth and pure. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  23. read the first 13 poems. will do the others later. PU is making me enjoy my train rides lol

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  24. Lovely photos... and that buddha frog is gorgeous... i'm enjoying the water scenery.. thank you... and happy sunday to all (monday here)... smiles.

    - ksm

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  25. Mary,

    Thyank you for linking my poem for me. Very much appreciated, and also the kind comments left at my Blog. I have been ill again with this horrrible end-of-winter cold. I hope to visit everyone today. The photos are lovely!

    Eileen

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  26. Awesome pics! Writing here for the first time.
    Link here: http://wwwdanu.blogspot.in/2015/03/the-ghost-in-her.html

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  27. Daneshwari, just read your poem and tried to leave a comment. After trying several times, I gave up (google doesn't seem to like my ID and password), sorry. I really like what you wrote and it reminded me of something Clarrissa Pinkola Estes wrote about how nothing is ever truly lost from the human psyche. There is always hope for the things we choose to "throw away."

    Elizabeth

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