Sunday, May 31, 2015
Poetry Pantry #254
Hope each one of you is enjoying a good weekend. Today I have two photos of baby robins to share. Same robins, different camera position. Hard to get too close because one of the parents hovers overhead and squawks. It's spring here, and young life is delightful to observe when one is lucky enough to have a good view.
Tomorrow Sherry Blue Sky has another fascinating interview with a Pantry regular. I won't disclose who it is, but the subject involves 'myth making.' I hope you are curious and will return to read the interview/discussion.
And on Wednesday for Midweek Motif Susan will encourage us to write on the subject of 'sustainability' and how it could be achieved. Do return for more details.
And, if you haven't read it already, be sure to scroll one page back and read Rosemary's article on Tanith Lee, her fiction as well as her poetry.
With no further delay, hope that you will enjoy the Pantry today. Leave a short comment when you post; and be sure to visit the links of others. I will look forward to reading what you share.