Sunday, March 26, 2017

Poetry Pantry #346



Photos Contributed by CC



San Antonio River Walk

San Antonio River Walk

From
Hoodoos from the Kootenay's in British Columbia

From
Hoodoos from the Kootenay's in British Columbia

Daisies to Bring on Spring

Daisies to Bring on Spring


Greetings, Friends!  I sense a bit of spring in the air today....especially seeing CC's daisies.  Thanks, CC, for the beautiful photos.

Thanks to those who took part in Sumana's prompt "Mirror" for Midweek Motif on Wednesday.  Do look back at Rosemary's feature in The Living Dead from Friday.  She features Derek Walcott, the well known poet who just died a few days ago.  What a wonderful article she wrote!  (And, speaking of Rosemary, I hope everyone also saw the wonderful feature Sherry did on Rosemary last Monday.  We have such talent among us.)

Monday Sherry will be featuring one of Poets United's newer poets.  I will keep you in suspense, but do come back!  Susan has a very interesting prompt for Midweek Motif on Wednesday -- "Gender."  So begin to think about it, and see what you can come up with.

With no delay, let's share poetry.  Link your poem, say hello in the comments, and visit others who share poetry.  Be sure to check back later in the day and the following day to see who else has linked.  And DO be sure to visit everyone who visits your poetry...even if it is a bit later.  I have experienced recently that some people are forgetting about the 'visit others' part.   Anyway, do have a good Sunday and a great poetic week ahead!




24 comments:

  1. Hello and good morning, I will be back reading later... now going for a walk

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  2. Hello everyone, wish to thank C.C., for her beautiful photos that grace us, this week. Have selected another poem, from my poetic morgue, which I write about my feelings, as an abuse survivor, at the hands of my younger brother, during a brutal period of my childhood, the summer of 1985. When I wrote this poem, I was struggling with these memories. I understand, if this poem is too dark, for you, to read. I say this, as an advance warning.

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    1. Always appreciate your honesty and openness, Therisa.

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  3. Hello everyone,

    Its a beautiful rainy day here in K.L ❤️ sharing my poem "A Poet's Love" thank you Mary for hosting yet another gorgeous pantry and C.C for the wonderfully mesmerizing pictures❤️


    I'm going out right now but will be back to read, savor and comment.


    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

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  4. lovely photos C.C. specially the daisies...have a wonderful day everyone :)

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  5. Hello all and welcome to summer time. I shall return later to have a good read through this weeks poetry. Sun's shining so off out to the garden. Nice photos too.

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  6. Hello, I wrote my poem while driving behind a tractor.

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  7. Good morning again...nice to see the pantry filling up. Have a great day!

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  8. Good morning, all! C.C., your photos are wonderful. I especially love the hoodoos, which I did not know about. My friend and I are taking a dog-friend to the beach, then I will be back to read. It is rainy today but not too hard. Will steer clear of being swept out to sea by a rogue wave. LOL.

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    1. I said that to Chris, and she said it would be a fitting end. I raised my arm, "she returned to the sea!" Cackle.

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  9. Thanks for the photos CC, WOW!!! those daisies are stunning

    Have a nice Sunday everyone

    much love...

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  10. CC! Spring is in the air... Lovely!
    ZQ

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  11. Hello Mary. It's been a while since I added a poem - I have not been writing much of late. Thank you, CC, for the beautiful photos to brighten our Sunday.

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  12. Morning! You guys are such early birds!! I had a great bike ride yesterday, the flowers are blooming and I am in heaven! Spring is my favorite time of year.

    Lovely photos CC! Not sure what I'm going to share yet as I need breakfast first. Oatmeal and wonderful blue berries.

    Have a good week, I'll be back to link and read. Group hug!

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  13. I love all the pictures. But daisies always steal my heart. They are sooo pretty!

    Happy Sunday, everyone.

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  14. I love all the photos too ... and my heart has a very soft spot for San Antonio, although I was there so briefly (to read poems at a couple of venues on different occasions) that I never saw the famed River Walk. Nice to see it here now!

    I think people who don't visit to read others miss out on a lot. It usually takes me a while to get to everyone, but it's such a treat!

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  15. S.A. is my hometown. What a lovely surprise. Now you have me feeling nostalgic.

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  16. CC's photos inspired me to write a haiku this time, Mary. Beautiful pics indeed....
    Hello All. Lovely to be back here after a long hiatus.Its pretty late so please forgive me.

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  17. Hey!
    Beautiful photographs...! I wanna be present where they had been captured.
    For now, sharing again this poem of mine called "Love will be found"
    Have a good day!

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