Sunday, September 8, 2019

Poetry Pantry #492



LOL. Don't let those little things get you down, my friends. All will be well. I see we are creeping up towards 500 Poetry Pantries. Wow. Yay, us!

Did you catch Rosemary's feature on Friday? Two marvellous poems by Dr. Nola Firth about the poet's (and Rosemary's) home town of Murwillumbah, in Australia. Wonderful poems! Keep checking P.U. on Fridays. That day now offers a wide variety of features, each hosted by a different staff member. 

On Monday, we will meet and greet one of our newer members, H. Hennenberg, who likes to be called "H." H. lives in the Lower Mainland, in British Columbia, and is actually coming to Tofino with her wife for a visit this week, so we plan to meet up. Yay!

On Wednesday, Sumana's Midweek Motif will be Looking at Stars. Already, my mind is responding, seeking points of inspiration.

But today is Sunday, and you know what to do. Let's read some poetry! Thanks for being here. You are our inspiration, and our reason for being here.



20 comments:

  1. Good morning, poets! I am awake at the witching hour, rustling around in the Pantry. Glad to see some poetic goodies awaiting. I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend. September is my favourite month. I am enjoying the touch of fall in the air.......

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hiya Mary, Sherry and all,

    Happy Sunday – a glorious early Autumn day here… And now the new season is underway, as usual a new poem has just been published on my site. Hope you enjoy and look forward to reading all your stuff – always such a treat at the weekend, whenever I can make it…

    ReplyDelete
  3. Good morning poets! I wish you all a pleasant Sunday and a great start to the new week!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Good morning everyone! Have a peaceful Sunday !😍

    ReplyDelete
  5. Good afternoon everyone!❤️ Can you believe it's September already? The days are passing by so quickly! Autumn has officially begun in my part of the world and we are expecting rain this evening, heading over to read you all. Happy Sunday!❤️

    ReplyDelete
  6. Happy Sunday, Wishing you all a peaceful day in your corner of the world.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Good morning, all. And thank you, Sherry for that comical pup being held hostage by kittens! I can't wait to meet you!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sorry it is raining, but I have arranged for the sun to come out soon. LOL.

      Delete
  8. Where I am, it is 7:30 a.m., which makes me a little late to the party. I am thrilled to see you all here, and will enjoy reading you with my morning tea. I am so tired today, i wish it were coffee, but we make do. LOL. It is raining lightly here, too, so i plan a very restful day indoors. I love rainy days!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Oh, Sherry how cool! You and H get to meet. You know, now that my family and I are visiting Friday Harbor more often, you and I might have to make plans, too. I'm looking forward to reading your feature with H. And Sumana's prompt is sparkling my way...

    ReplyDelete
  10. Is Friday Harbor on the Olympic Peninsula? There is ferry service to Victoria, across the water. It goes to Seatle, not sure if it stops en route. But that would be very cool!!!!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes, it is and there is. One can actually see Victoria from Friday Harbor.

      Delete
  11. Colleen, I have made four attempts to leave a comment, using every sign in trick I have, and it isnt working. I emailed you my comment. I LOVE your poem!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Hello, very late to the party, will make my rounds later

    ReplyDelete
  13. Greetings, friends. I am sorry I am a bit late checking in this morning....It had been a busy one here, but I look forward now to enjoying your poems.

    ReplyDelete
  14. I love this photo! Happy Sunday to you all. Dorian left behind cooler weather...80F we haven't had weather like thst since May. Hope you all have a glorious week.

    ReplyDelete
  15. Glad Dorian spared you, Toni. Mary, I love the photo, too. Smiles. Dorian hit four of our Maritime provinces, and did a lot of damage but not as bad as in the Bahamas where we now have a huge number of climate refugees.

    ReplyDelete

This community is not meant to be used in a negative manner. We ask that you be respectful of all the people on this site as each individual poet is entitled to their own opinion, style, and path to creativity.