Eastern Dooars, West Bengal, India
by Sumana Roy
|Palace of the Cooch Behar Maharajas|
|A tea-garden in Eastern Dooars|
The Himalayas in between Bhutan and India
A Kunki (tamed & trained) elephant bathing in the Hollong river
A lone Gaur at a salt pit
Madanmohan Temple in Cooch Behar
A dried up river bed lying in wait for the next Monsoon
to flow again near the tribal village Totopara
|A tribal hut in Totopara|
Greetings, Friends! Thanks to Sumana for the wonderful photos shared with us today. I am so thankful for all of the photos people share here in the pantry, giving us a glimpse into parts of the world we might never see!
Last week was another good week at Poets United. Annell was featured by Sherry on Monday. Do take a look back if you missed it! The topic of Saints was written about for Susan's Midweek Motif. Rosemary had a wonderful feature for I Wish I'd Written This: Pleasures of the Inbox. She featured one-sentence poems.
Be sure to return on Monday when Sherry features poems by three very prolific women poets who often post in Poetry Pantry. Sumana's Midweek Motif on Wednesday will be Silence! Shhhhhh.....don't tell anyone that you can begin to write your poem early if you wish. Smiles.
And with no more delay, let's share poetry. Link your ONE poem below. Stop in to the comments and say hello. Visit the poems of others who link. Looking forward to seeing you on the trail!