Sunday, March 11, 2018

Poetry Pantry #394


1918 - Ohio, USA - first Daylight Savings Time official clocks needed to be hand set!


Greetings, Poets!  For those of us in the United States, today is the first day of Daylight Savings time, also known as Summer Time.  I know different parts of the world do this differently, begin summer time later, or don't change clocks at all.  Anyway, I am hoping that spring is not far away.  Smiles.

Tomorrow Sherry will be featuring poems of the week by three of our prolific poet.  And on Wednesday Sumana's Midweek Motif will be Scream! (Yes, sometime I think we all would like to just scream.  Here's your chance to write about it.)

Hope you took a look at the poem Rosemary shared - "House Rules" by British poet Esther Morgan- in her Thought Provoker series.  It was indeed thought-provoking.  Read it and you will see.

With no further delay, let's share poetry.  Link your poem below. Stop in and say hello.  Visit the poems of others who link.  Look forward to seeing you on the trail.


26 comments:

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    1. Something is wrong with your link Sanaa--I can't get to your page

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    2. Sorry there was a server problem. It's resolved now.

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    3. Hi Sanaa--I hope you see this--I am still getting to a different page than yours when I click on any of the links--

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  2. Hello all, have a great sunday and I look forward to reading this afternoon.

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  3. Good morning... no Daylight savings time here yet... I will be back to read later in the afternoon/evening

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  4. A great Sunday to all! It's also Mother's day in the UK.... so my sentiments also to all mums out there. I look forward to reading your gems later on today.

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    1. Ah, happy Mothers Day to those in the UK who are celebrating today!

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  5. Happy Sunday! I am also looking for spring as we have had back to back snow storms and March is predicted to be more like winter all month instead of spring....which is why my poem this week is looking for signs of spring. Have a great day everyone and I'll be around throughout the day! Happy Mother's Day in the UK so wishing all the moms everywhere a great day!!

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  6. Happy Sunday! I'm just catching up after being away for a week, staying at my daughter's house while she was in hospital giving birth to my grandson. :)

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  7. And happy Mother's Day (in the UK)!

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  8. Good morning again, Friends. I am looking forward to reading your poetry today, and I thank those of you who have already commented on my poem. MUCH appreciated.

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  9. much joy to you all this Sunday... with the clocks moving forward... spring is almost upon us..:)

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  10. Greetings Mary and All,

    Just in time for Spring, a new poem was published on my site earlier in the week. Hope you enjoy. Good to be back here again and looking forward to catching up with everyone else’s work today too...

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  11. Good day, everyone!
    looking forward to the goodies in the pantry. :)

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  12. I'm looking forward to reading some lovely poetry. I'm having a problem with many of my comments coming back as "undeliverable"...I'm not sure how to solve that. :/

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  13. Dazed and confused...what time is it.
    ZQ

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  14. Wishing everyone a happy Sunday as we spring forward!

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  15. I am SO READY to scream. LOL. The news right now is talking about the possibility of trump being nominated for the nobel peace prize. I dont think I can take much more. OMG. Rabbit Hole to Planet Earth! Well, at least spring is still coming. On a wing and a prayer.

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    1. The nomination was fraudulent....at least according to what I read.

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  16. Hi everyone! Happy sunday! Happy Mother's Day to all in the UK! I'll be back later to read and comment.

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  17. Late to this party but so happy to be here! Just ready your post above Sherry! WTF!

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  18. Hi, I shared a tanaga. Rhyme is my nemesis, but I tackled it.

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  19. Had difficulty navigating Sanaa Rizvi's site????

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    1. Ya, something seems to be wrong with it. It was ok when I commented earlier.

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    2. Sorry there was a server problem. It's resolved now.

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