The Poetry Pantry
2nd Chance Poems or 1st time shares
Anything goes!! All Poems, all Poets, All Week!!
Do you have a poem you would like to share? Something that you just felt inspired to write and want others to read. Perhaps it’s a poem that didn’t get as much exposure on your blog as you would have liked. Maybe it’s a poem that you wrote a long time ago that you would like people to revisit. That’s what this section of Poets United is for.
Each Sunday we start a new post with a New Mr. Linky for you. This is so that you can post a link to anything you want us to read, anything at all related to poetry or prose found on your own poetry blogs. It will remain open all week so that you can show us your writings and thoughts. You can post links weekly should you chose to do so. What poetry you put here is up to you so don't be afraid to share with us!!
There 3 simple rules:
1. Don’t link to more than 3 poems per week.
2. Please visit some of the other poems linked here when you link to yours.
3. Leave a comment after you have posted
Happy sunday ~ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday poets!ReplyDelete
Just a short one from me this week! Have a great week, everyone.ReplyDelete
If you have already read my lighthouse poem, I thank you for your wonderful comments. If not, I welcome your thoughts.ReplyDelete
Good morning everybody. As always, thank you for this lovely site.ReplyDelete
good morning, everyone. my favorite sunday ritual :)ReplyDelete
WoW! It's Sunday again & where would we be without our Pantry?
I'm sharing one from deep in my treasured archives, but new on my blog.
Have a great Sunday & upcoming week everyone!
Our Candlelight Of Love
Happy Sunday morning everyone! Looking forward to some great reading!ReplyDelete
Hi kids! Goody! Sunday - a whole day to read poetry:)ReplyDelete
morning, all... sharing my latestReplyDelete
lighting up my sunday nights :)ReplyDelete
Good day to all!ReplyDelete
Best wishes to everyone. Hope you all had a good weekend. :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks as always for hosting this! Here's my latest limerick and Limerick-Off challenge: Prone Limerick.ReplyDelete
Thank you for taking the trouble to organise this site.ReplyDelete
A little shorty being shared today. Hope you like it. I'm off to peruse some of the previous entries now :)ReplyDelete
Very happy to be back with Poets United; and the Pantry - keeping the poetic voice alive through the written word.ReplyDelete
A few words to express my knowledge of the game of football!!!
Hope to hear from you all soon!ReplyDelete
The value of having this connection.....
Praying for peace through this piece of poetry; hope to reach some new readers. Everyone be blessed.ReplyDelete
Hello! : ), first time stopping by,and excited by the potential of what i have seen so far. Looking forward to stopping by often and being an active member.ReplyDelete
New poem on the poetry pantry. Enjoy! :DReplyDelete
Thank you for the support!
have a great week everyone!ReplyDelete
Hi. This is the first time i share a poem here.ReplyDelete
so thank you for this opportunity.
wishing you an inspiring week!
For me, a tyro poet, an image inspires the words.ReplyDelete
Some of the time!
I've written a few limericks. I'm glad I have poets to share them with. :)ReplyDelete
Another poem once again, #3. Please check it out! :D Thanks for the support!ReplyDelete
working on some new to me forms this week.ReplyDelete
Sharing some of my recent work...ReplyDelete
I've submitted two poems this week.ReplyDelete
This is an excellent place!ReplyDelete
There's some great poets and poems up hereReplyDelete
really nice poems:)ReplyDelete
long winded one, and i also posted an old one by mistake, ohwell.ReplyDelete
....perks me up whenever i read and visit blogs. please drop by my site too...thanks a lot!ReplyDelete
i put up another sonnetReplyDelete
ooops, first one i just posted was already on for #69, i put up another one. sorryReplyDelete
Thanks for the prompt everyone!ReplyDelete
I have a new haiku published on my blog. I love to share that with you.ReplyDelete
These bent trees are prevalent in midwest. It is thought that the original Indians tied saplings over to indicate direction.ReplyDelete