|Snowboarder - 2008 Olympics - Quebec, Canada|
Greetings, Poets! Happy Sunday to you. I am sure many of you will be watching the Olympics. The picture I shared today came from Wikimedia and was taken at the Quebec, Canada, Olympics in 2008.
Hope you all had a good week and had some time to read and write poetry.
This coming week is Valentine's Day, and I wish you each a happy one. Hope you had a chance to read Rosemary's The Living Dead, as she shared a wonderful poem by Kahlil Gibran entitled "On Love." Rosemary asked a good question within the body of her article: "Would you choose love no matter what the cost? Or would you rather stay comfortable?" If you haven't read the feature, go back to it, and give the question an answer. Smiles.
Midweek Motif was a good one this past week....'shoes.' I wish I had been inspired. I have kind of been in poetry doldrums. I did, however, end up having the old Nancy Sinatra song "These Boots Are Made for Walking" running through my head for a while. Sumana's Midweek Motif this Wednesday will be "Word." Ah, let's see what we can do with that!
Monday Sherry is featuring the poet Namratha, one of our newer poets. I don't always mention who will be featured, but I wanted to mention it this time because I wanted to encourage lots of you to visit. You know how it is when you are new...let's visit and give her a wonderful Poets United welcome.
Now with no further delay, let's share poetry. Don't forget to stop into the comments below and say hello. And, be sure to visit the poems of others who post. We ALL like visits, and if someone visits you please do the courtesy of visiting them as well.
See you on the trail!