|Spring & New Life (Goose and goslings)|
Wasn't last week's Mother's Day Pantry delightful? So many poignant entries. I suppose that was really Poetry Pantry #150, but since it was a special edition and not numbered I have decided to label THIS Pantry Poetry Pantry - #150. That means the Pantry (as it exists now) has been going for almost three years. Oh, if you enjoyed the Mother's Day Pantry, we will give you a heads up that in June for Father's Day there will be a Father's Day edition. So...plan ahead, if you wish.
I do hope that each one of you had a poetic week, and I hope that you will share one of your poems (old or new) here..
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. Then visit other poets. 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.
An old one. But one which I loved writing. :)ReplyDelete
A very strong one, Anand! Glad to see you this morning.Delete
thank you mary...ReplyDelete
i'll play again..
Glad to see you, Brian! I loved your poem today.Delete
Hey, y'all, I'll be late for church if I read them now. In the words of the (pick your adjective) Arnold Schwarzenegger, "Ah'll be baaaack." Thanks for minding the pantry shelves, Mary! AmyReplyDelete
Glad to see you, Amy!ReplyDelete
Hi all - posting from my phone / renewed our wedding vows as a 30th wedding anniversary gift from one of our "kids" incredible night and waking in this fantastic hotel suite continues the through the looking glass feeling - back tomorrow to read and comment HAPPY SUNDAY ALL :))))ReplyDelete
And happy Sunday to you. And Happy 30th anniversary as well.Delete
I've been taken prisoner by spring rain today! I'll return once she lets me go!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, Mary... and letting us do the same. Happy Sunday to all!ReplyDelete
And to you, Laurie!Delete
Hi Poets, This poem originated here, but I have revised and therefore I am adding it to the pantry. I'll be back to read and be inspired by you later today.ReplyDelete
PS: I did enjoy the Mother Day gathering, Mary, and won't miss the Father's Day one. Doing this here adds meaning to these days.Delete
Will enjoy reading your revision, Susan; and glad to hear you will participate in the Father's Day pantry.Delete
I have 2 student recitals today so will be missing you today. I will see you all again next week! Happy Sunday!ReplyDelete
We will miss you, Audrey!Delete
Thanks, and happy Sunday!ReplyDelete
Madeleine Begun Kane
And to you too!Delete
The goslings today are the future, otherwise our goose IS cooked. ;) Thanks for the great picture.ReplyDelete
Very funny :-) definitely visiting you ;-)Delete
Ha ha.....I took that picture myself last week! Bring on the future.Delete
Hi Mary! Happy Sunday :-)ReplyDelete
PS I love geese, thank you for the photo-made me smileReplyDelete
I do like geese too...from a distance. These were in a nearby park I went to with granddaughter. Truly cannot get too close or they will attack!Delete
Glad to share another poem at last! This one's for anyone whose head is in the clouds :)ReplyDelete
ND, my head is always in the clouds. Enjoyed your poem.Delete
Don't EVER mess with a mother goose. I've seen them attacking people for getting too close to a nest - they're excellent mothers and protectors. That makes this a pretty fitting follow-up to your Mother's Day post.ReplyDelete
You are right about the geese. I keep my distance, especially when they have young with them. My granddaugher was riding her bike past this scene. I told her to keep moving...fast as possible...they were giving her the evil eye.Delete
Busy with exams right now. Cant get enough time online. I will surely catch up with all the poems soon. Really happy to be a part of this group. :)ReplyDelete
Nice to have you with us, Anand!Delete
My poem has a Sunday touch to it....A sense of truth:)
Happy Sunday and a good week ahead.
Sunday IS a good day for truth, Eileen!Delete
Happy to be hereReplyDelete
Nice to see you!Delete
Here goes my entry...ReplyDelete
feels great to shareReplyDelete
I have come in late. Sunday went in flying in a day long conference. Will catch up!ReplyDelete
Thanks for this one.ReplyDelete