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.
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
Still posting a poetry prompt for each day of National Poetry Month. Stop in!ReplyDelete
I first read 'Dead Man's Poetry' when I happened upon Nan's Poetry Pantry entry last week. I was fascinated by the genre, and have written three poems this week exploring the concept. I hasten to add that my interpretation may not be 100% accurate, as Marvin Bell envisaged, but I offer my take on it. These may not be everyone's cup of tea, but if you are interested, please take a look and leave your thoughts.ReplyDelete
Thanks as always for hosting this! Here's my Woebegone Limerick.ReplyDelete
My personal thought about Titanic....100 years anniversary.
I shared one I wrote earlier this week. Happy Sunday to all.ReplyDelete
Reading time again.ReplyDelete
"Poetry Pantry is the best way to end one week and begin the next" - jrgReplyDelete
Thanks as always for providing a place for poets to meet and share.ReplyDelete
I totally agree with jrgReplyDelete
Yay! Lots of lovely reading!ReplyDelete
Goody! Looks like some meaty reading in here this morning. I posted one from this week - some of you may have already seen it. "If You are Reading This Poem". Happy Sunday, kids!ReplyDelete
I haven't participated in some time. Glad I'm here today. My ife seems to be returning to normal and I want this to be the norm for me.ReplyDelete
I'm in the midst of the Poetic Asides April Poem A Day Challenge. Churning them out so fast, it's hard to know how well they're working, so I have linked to three of the most recent for feedback - thanks, folks!ReplyDelete
April is National Poetry Month so I'm participating again!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for making this happen, and sorry I forgot to comment last time. I do read and like so many works on here, but I don't comment much because I'm shy. :bReplyDelete
Ah! don't be shy! Nobody bites!Delete
I'm loving Poetry Unlimited. There are so many good writers. It is so fun to ready everyones offerings.ReplyDelete
In addition to what I've shared above, I will host a rhyme contest starting tomorrow... come and see! There are real prizes. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks to all at PU. Have a good week all.ReplyDelete
I'm always amazed to see the numbers of folk who leave a comment, never tallies with the hordes on the linky list- are people lazy, or thoughtless?ReplyDelete
As ever, thanks to PU for this meeting ground.
This is an old one, but one of my favorites.ReplyDelete
An older poem that I reworked a little.ReplyDelete
Always grateful for the pantry.ReplyDelete
Happy to be here at the pantry!!!ReplyDelete
What a great place to share your work!!!ReplyDelete
if you're looking for fun things to do to celebrate National Poetry Month there's still a lot going on ~ReplyDelete
I love Poetry Pantry - such a diverse field of poems! And thanks again for trumpeting National Poetry Writing Month. This is and will always be my poetic "hearth and home." Peace, AmyReplyDelete
feeling grateful for the opportunities to share, always.ReplyDelete
Poets United has blessed me with opportunities not shared anywhere else. I love the site and the poets who make up such a diverse global community of writers. Peace and Blessings to everyone!ReplyDelete
A late and small entry. If I had a millionth the talent of Rumi I might write this..ReplyDelete
John, peace right back atcha! Love your work. Simon, you are on my radar now, will bop by. And as far as comparing yourself to others, don't worry. You write YOUR truth, and we are all influenced by the poets who move us most. For me (if you read my poem you'll see why), it's Carl Sandburg. Perhaps an odd choice for a woman, but not for an activist. Peace, AmyReplyDelete
Excited to read this week :)ReplyDelete
Been trying to bend my way this year into a difficult poetic corner: politics. Without being preachy and without being partisan.ReplyDelete
It's a task.