Sunday, May 6, 2018

Poetry Pantry #402








Greetings, friends.  This week I am sharing photos of some of the beautiful flowers I saw in Hawaii.  I hope you enjoy. Wish I knew the names of them all. 

I hope that you all enjoyed Rosemary's The Living Dead.  She shared a poem by Michael Dransfield, a very fine Australian poet.

Monday Sherry is featuring an update with one of  poets who had been away for a while & has now returned to PU as a regular among us.  Smiles. I know you will enjoy the article.

On Wednesday Sumana's Midweek Motif will be water, something that is SO very important to us all.  Think about writing your poem ahead of time so that it will be ready on Wednesday.

Now with no further delay, let's share poetry!  Link one poem below.  Stop in and say hello in the comments.  Then visit the poems of your fellow poets who have also linked.  See you on the trail either today or tomorrow. 


19 comments:

  1. Beautiful morning here, and good day to all fellow poets.

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  2. Wonderfully sunny, plenty of growth and colour in the garden, and I've been visited by a rather loud bee!

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  3. Mary those flowers are breathtaking....and they make my day to see them. Happy Sunday all. Looking forward to connecting with all and reading poetry throughout the day.

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  4. Beautiful flowers! Happy Sunday, dear poets. 🌞

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  5. Happy to view these beautiful flowers which gives me a home-y feeling
    Have a good Sunday all

    much love...

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  6. Happy Sunday! What a glorious spring day. Enjoy the weather wherever you are, and enjoy some good poetry too!

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  7. The flowers are stunning! I dream of going to Hawaii one day. I'm happy to participate with some poetry this week.

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  8. Good day, poets!
    what lovely flowers, Mary. :)

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  9. Beautiful flowers, Mary. A glorious spring morning here. Have a wonderful Sunday, everyone.

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  10. Thank you for sharing the beautiful flowers, I have seen them before, but it has been many moons.

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  11. the flowers are outstanding and fit the mood of the weather here...

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  12. Beautiful pictures on the pantry wall as I walked in... I will sit and have tea with you all later after the grandchildren leave. Though I was impressed with one one of them dying his hair fire engine red. : )
    ZQ

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  13. When I visited Hawaii, I was stunned by the variety of flowers. Gorgeous pictures!

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  14. Gorgeous flowers. Hawaii is incrediy beautiful. I will be back later as extremely busy. A lovely spring day with tons of pollen in the air.

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  15. Beautiful flowers indeed, Mary! It's already Monday here, and I am only just catching up with most of the poems – pleasures in store!

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  16. Sorry I'm late to comment, Mary - but I wanted to add my compliments to the wonderful photographs you took of the Hawaiian floral.

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  17. Lovely flowers! Have a wonderful week :)

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  18. I recognise strelitzia, anthurium and frangipani.Hawaii is not a great place to be at the moment. You left just in time.

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