|Mallard Duck with Ducklings - UK|
Greetings, Poets! Hope you all have had a good week.
At last the weather is more spring-like in my part of the world. If you are in the northern hemisphere, I hope it is for you too. And in the southern, you are heading onward into autumn. I liked the picture above that I found in the public domain. Spring is the season for birth and also of rebirth. I hope it is also the season in which lots of wonderful poems are born!
This is one of my favorite spaces to post during the poetic week. I hope you look forward to it too. Link your ONE poem. If you are involved with NaPoWriMo, feel free to share one of your poems here. Then visit other poets. If you never visit other poets, eventually people will pass by your blog as well. And I will too. We ALL like comments, so if you link please DO spend time visiting others. That is part of the fun as well. We really like it if you link back to Poets United too, so we spread the Poetry Pantry word in the blogosphere.
Come back a few times on Sunday and Monday to see what's new. Visit some strangers, and they will become new friends! Making new friends and reading new poetry, what more could one want?
Also, don't forget to visit Poets United other days of the week. For example, every Wednesday Kim posts a new "Verse First" prompt. Hope you will join us there as well! Sherry Blue Sky does a feature (it varies) on Monday, and Rosemary Nissen-Wade does "I Wish I'd Written This" every Friday!
If you are on Facebook, look for us there as well. Join our site. It is one more way to stay in touch!
And now...here is the procedure, for those who are new here: Each Sunday we start a new post with a New Mr. Linky for you. This is so that you can post a link to a poem in your blog. The link will close Monday at 12:00 p.m. (CDT), but you can still visit the links of those who have posted them.
Good Sunday morning, Poets. Sorry about the technical glitch & the late appearance of the Pantry. But hope that doesn't interfere with your enjoyment of poetic company today.ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday to all. The picture is just amazing. Its gives a cozy feeling to see the ducklings snuggling under their mother. Nature indeed is beautiful. So, taking a hint from this picture, here comes my composition on " Splendid Nature".ReplyDelete
I love the picture too. This time of year there is so much beauty to appreciate. Nature is 'splendid' indeed.Delete
I see from your comments in the introduction that people are still linking and running! :) May we all get better and better at visiting other poets' blogs and leaving at least a brief comment.ReplyDelete
Agreed. It truly does not take THAT much time and it spreads goodwill. Thank you.Delete
Sundays are very busy so I try to link early then come back on Monday to read the other submissions and post comments.Delete
Hope everyone has a wonderful Sunday!ReplyDelete
Good morning all, I'm at my grill waiting for the morning rush but will be around when I can, have a great day.ReplyDelete
Yes, it's always a pleasure to come here and read beautiful poems. Hope you all have an extra blessed Sunday!ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday to all! I am sharing a haiga today. This is where the muse is taking me lately. Looking forward to visiting some poetry blogs today!ReplyDelete
Nice to visit here again! It has been a while since I've had my poets hat on. I look forward to visiting some of your blogs today! Have a wonderful Sunday!ReplyDelete
Hello Mary and thanks for the opportunity of Poetry Pantry.ReplyDelete
Love the pic too. Just want to scoop up those little ducklings and hug them to death!
May all beings be well, happy, and peaceful.ReplyDelete
I LOVE those ducklings!!!ReplyDelete
My poem today is more a verbatim transcription of a conversation that struck me as profound. I look forward to comments on it and will try to comment on as many as I can -- have lots of chores to do on this beautiful day which means I probably won't get much work done.ReplyDelete
Good morning all~ReplyDelete
Here's a little tale about vampires. I added a reading of it which I have never done before, kind of unnerving.
IThanks for sharing a picture which heralds springtime for all. Here is a poem heralding that light which seems to transform everything - even a dark room.ReplyDelete
I am coming to the end of a long working haul--so I hope to rejoin you next week!!ReplyDelete
Lovely photo in the post! Looking forward to some reading through the links...ReplyDelete
Hi guys - I'm not sure but since last week (think this has a great deal to do with the rest of my question!) when I posted a poem with the word "infidel" in the title - all messages coming from Poets United are going directly to SPAM! Anyone out there who can help me restore Poets United messages to my regular inbox?ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday, and thanks!ReplyDelete
Madeleine Begun Kane
happiness and peace to all ...ReplyDelete
I would be pleased to have my link removed from this list. Thank you!ReplyDelete
I'm still eager for my link to disappear from this list. Thank you!Delete
Still hoping that my link will be removed. Thank you!Delete
There is a particular wild mushroom commonly called "Hen of the woods" and when i first glanced at this picture I thought "Why would she be posting a picture of a duck next to a big mushroom?" Had to have a laugh at myself when I realized that the hen of the woods was a pile of baby ducks.ReplyDelete
good day, everybody!ReplyDelete
a bit late with my post again (blame NaPoWriMo). i hope to start visiting soon, have to catch some sleep first. :)