Sunday, August 6, 2017

Poetry Pantry #365


Photos of New Zealand by Marja Blom


Arthur's Pass

Castle Rocks

Castle Rocks

Castle Rocks

Lyttleton Harbour

Moa Sculpture


Sunday greetings, Poets.  And a big thank you to Marja for sharing photos with us this week.  I was in New Zealand once, and these photos make me want to return.

Hope you all visited Rosemary's The Living Dead - "Wolf Song" - a wonderful poem by Australian poet Fay Zwicky.  A wonderfully worth while read!

Thanks to those who took part in Susan's Midweek Motif prompt - "human trafficking" - on Wednesday.  Next Wednesday Sumana is prompting -- "Kintsugi- art of mending."

Monday, be sure to visit as well, when Sherry features the poems of three prolific poets who often post here at the Pantry and/or Midweek Motif.

With no further delay, let's share poetry.  Link your poem below.  Stop into the comments and say hello.  Visit other poets who have linked.  Hope you will enjoy spending time with our poetry community - not only today, but throughout the week as well.  See you along the trail....

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    1. OOOOps, pressed the button without completing :(

      Such wonderful photos Marja!

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  2. Hey everyone,

    Hope you're having an amazing day so far💖 sharing my poem 'The Last Leaf' thank you Mary for hosting yet another gorgeous pantry and Marja for the lovely pictures.💖


    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

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  3. Lovely fresh images - can almost breathe the air just by looking.

    Sun has decided to complete Sunday today though we are due more grey skies whilst Europe swelters in the Luciferous heatwave. Have some time for reading and writing again since the grandsons left - Happy days!

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  4. Thanks for another pantry - apologies if I can't get back to your posts...still in hospital

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    1. Take care of yourself, Jae; and get home soon.

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    2. Wish you strength Take care

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  5. Enjoying the New Zealand photos, Moa Sculpture is my favourite today.
    A happy Sunday all

    much love...

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  6. NZ is beautiful. These photos make me want to see more.

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    1. Will put the kettle on if you visit :)

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  7. How I love this images, especially the sight of snow (since we are in the middle of summer in NYC). They make me want to hold my face near the screen to feel the cool. :-)

    Have a great Sunday, everyone!

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  8. Endeavoring to try and post here little more often so here goes.

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    1. Good to see you and to read your words.

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    2. The link should have gone here...no idea how the other poem made it in there??? Can you update please. Thanks.
      https://paulscribbles.wordpress.com/2017/08/06/plucked-blossom/

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  9. Happy Sunday, wonderful photos to view this morning. See you on the poetry trail.

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  10. What a lovely full Pantry today. Thank you for hosting, Mary, and thank you, Marja, for your BEAUTIFUL photos. They say New Zealand and my home province of British Columbia have similar scenery. I love your mountains, and I am fascinated with the Moa sculpture. Stunning.

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    1. Thanks Love the mountains such a blessing isn't it

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  11. Linked the wrong poem from last week at first. The second one s the new one. Tried o remove it, but it's still there. Have a great day and a look forward to reading.
    Rob

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  12. Wondered why people were commenting on my poem Lagging...no idea how it got linked as I posted this link into the linky bar...can someone please update. Thanks.

    https://paulscribbles.wordpress.com/2017/08/06/plucked-blossom/

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    1. Oops, sometimes we all inadvertently make mistakes when we link. If this happens with your link again, best thing to do is post the correct link...and then write next to it your name with the words 'correct link' in parentheses so others can see this right away and I can make the correction when I see it. Sometimes I am gone away and not at my computer for several hours...but if you do the "Paul Scribbles (correct link)" move it will help guide others to your correct link.

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  13. Thank you for this opportunity to enjoy each other.

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  14. Hello everyone. It is good to be back writing again. I am trying to begin posting to more sites more often. I love to read the poetry of everyone!

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