Sunday, August 27, 2017

Poetry Pantry #368

Prague, Czechoslovakia
Photos by Marja Blom



Boat on Vitava River

Dancing house

David Cerny sculpture

John Lennon wall

Municipal house

National theater

Old town square

Door in Prague

Greetings once again, Friends!   Marja Blom certainly has been sharing some wonderful photos with us, hasn't she?  I love the David Cherny sculpture - I don't know about you.  Smiles.

Thanks to those of you who participated in Sumana's prompt (Nature: Her Words) for this past week's Midweek Motif.  Take a look back at some of the fine poems if you didn't have an opportunity to take part.

Next week Susan's Midweek Motif will be Respect.  This should stimulate some good writing.  It seems respect is a quality that is often lacking nowadays.  Or maybe this is just my personal perception.

Do scroll back and read Rosemary's The Living Dead if you haven't already seen it.  She features a poem "'Tears,' She Said" which really took my breath away.  The poet John Calvin Rezmerski passed away in 2016.

Monday Sherry is featuring the blog of one of our most loyal Poetry Pantry poets.  I know you will find it an interesting read.

With no further delay, let's share poetry! Link your one poem below.  Say hello in the comments.  Visit other poets who link.  Hope you all have a very inspired poetic week!

23 comments:

  1. Good morning everyone - beautiful pictures.

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  2. Thanks for another pantry - great pics!

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  3. "Dancing House"? Are you kidding me?! That is AWESOME.

    But that crawling kid is just about too cute to stand.

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    1. The people in Prague call the dancing house "Fred and Ginger" house

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  4. Hi all, in case you missed me haha :)

    Have a great week ahead everyone

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  5. I always heard Prague was one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I'm beginning to see what people mean!

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  6. Hello, hope every one is well today. I shall return later to read, the day is new here and the sun is out. Garden is calling.

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  7. Love the images, dancing house looks fun!

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  8. Hey everyone,

    It's a beautiful Sunday evening here in K.L💖 going to grab some coffee and dive into some wonderful poetry! Thank you Mary for hosting yet another gorgeous pantry and Marja for the lovely pictures.💖


    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

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  9. jUST LUVVING THOSE INTRIGUING PHOTOS. hAPPY AND SAFE sUNDAY EVERY ONE

    MUCH LOVE...

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  10. These photos raised a lump in my throat. I love art. Good morning, poets united. I'll be reading a few at a time as I meet today's obligationS AWAY FROM THE INTERNET.

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  11. Beautiful Prague "wallpaper" entering into the pantry this morning. Traveling between bus and train will pop in when possible.
    ZQ

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  12. that dancing house deserves a poem! making the most of summery weather and some fresh air for recuperation - away from computer til later to catch up

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  13. Prague, Czechoslovakia? Hasn't it been the Czech Republic since 1993?

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  14. I love the John Lennon wall and the dancing house is astonishing. I am away from home, kids, and wont post today, but i will make the rounds. Will be home tomorrow and am looking forward to it. Thanks for the wonderful photos, Marja.

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  15. Nice photos! I missed Wednesday but included an older Tanka about nature today. I hope everyone has a good weekend!

    Biking and hanging in there. Big hug!

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  16. What gorgeous pictures! Thank you..

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  17. I'm enjoying the poetry here, thanks everyone.

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  18. So nice to be back! What beautiful pictures. Thanks always Mary for being such a great blog hostess. Hope everyone has a good week.

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  19. Thank you all for the great poems.

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  20. Hi Mary, I am really enjoying the poetry on this blog but the theme is making it hard to read. I think the overall width on the theme is too large which means the content always shrinks to a size that is hard to read without enlarging it. Please could you adjust the overall width down to one that is more akin to the width of the content?

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    1. It could also be the very wide picture in Paul scribbles link!,

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