Happy Sunday, Friends! How quickly time goes. Hard to believe we are already in the month of December. I can remember when the year began, and (in the blink of an eye) the year is winding down.
Thanks to those who took part in this past week's activities at Poets United. The week began with Sherry's update with Ayala. Then Susan presented us with the prompt 'Bittersweet' at Midweek Motif. Then Rosemary's I Wish I'd Written This - "We Have Come To Be Danced" by the dynamic poet Jewel Mathieson. If you have missed something from this past week, there is still time to take a look.
Hope you will all return on Monday to read the new feature Sherry has prepared with the poems of three very familiar poets. Wednesday Susan's prompt for Midweek Motif is 'Vanity / Narcissus.'
Just a heads up to everyone: Poets United will be taking a holiday break in December. We will have a Poetry Pantry on December 17. Then we will have about two weeks off to give us all a bit of a break. Smiles. We will resume again on December 31, the last day of the year, for those who are interested in ending the year with a sharing of poetry!
With no further delay, let's share poetry! Link your poem below. Stop in the comments and say hello! And visit the poems of those who link. I look forward to seeing you on the trail.
A happy Sunday everyone, Warm Wishes to the colder climes. Its clear and bright here this morning. Thanks you Mary for open the Pantry to us once againReplyDelete
Welcome December...Happy Sunday everyone! This will be my last poem to share for a few weeks as I need to devote time to myself this month with no blogging. I did this last year and it was such a peaceful holiday season and solstice.ReplyDelete
I hope to rejoin for the 31st but if not then I will see you in the New Year! In the meantime, I will be around to read later today!!
This is understandable, Donna. You will be missed, but we will welcome your return. Have a peaceful month.Delete
Good morning, poet friends. I really look forward to reading what you have shared with us today!!ReplyDelete
Good afternoon... I'm now home, and soon we will light the first candle of advent...ReplyDelete
Good Morning. Coffee and creative treats from the Pantry are in my diet today :)ReplyDelete
It is truly amazing that we are in December. The year has galloped by so fast. I am looking forward to poetry this morning.ReplyDelete
I'm a tad late, but linked anyway... Sundays don't feel like Sundays without the Pantry.ReplyDelete
Ah, you were not late at all, Magaly. Thanks for taking part.Delete