Sunday, October 30, 2016
Poetry Pantry # 326
Happy Halloween, and Happy Sunday to all of you! We really have had a great week at Poets United, haven't we? We started out with Sherry's conversation with Sanaa about the blogosphere. On Wednesday we responded to Susan's very thoughtful topic -- "Neutrality/Objectivity." And Friday Rosemary shared a wonderful poem by Stevie Stang, which really blew ME away. Please scroll back and read it, if you haven't. I think it will 'blow you away' too!
This next week we start with a wonderful "witchy" chat (don't miss it!) on Monday. Can you guess who will be featured? And on Wednesday Susan's prompt is "Day of the Dead." Many of you probably know that Mexico celebrates the Day of the Dead. This is not a day of burial, but a day of celebration and feasting. So in this prompt Susan inspires us to write a new poem bringing us to a traditional way of commemorating the dead!
Now, with no further delay, let's share poetry. Link your poem with Mr. Linky below. And then make your rounds, visiting those who post. I have been noticing that there are a number of participants lately who don't bother with the visits. Even when someone visits them first. Hopefully, this will change this week. Let's all be active in both posting and responding in the spirit of community.
And, again, if you have photos to share, please communicate with me either here or by email. We haven't had photo shares by others in a few weeks.
I am looking forward to reading your poetry!!