Sunday, March 25, 2018

Poetry Pantry #396






Greetings, Poets.  Also, I am happy to note that now we are OFFICIALLY in the season of spring.  (In the northern hemisphere.)  I hope that it is springlike everywhere.  Spring is the season of hope and rebirth.  I took the photo above a few years ago in a local park.  Actually it was taken in April, so I know that this kind of view is not far ahead.  Ah, spring!

And speaking of hope, weren't the March For Our Lives marches inspiring?  We do need THAT kind of hope right now, I think.

Thanks for participating in the Poets United community.  If you haven't read Rosemary's Moonlight Musings this week, please check it out.  She wrote about the role of the poet in the community.  So much food for thought.  If you missed it, you missed something special.

Sumana's Midweek Motif this next week will be Treasure.  Believe me, each of you who participates here at PU is a treasure.  Smiles.  Anyway think ahead, and write a poem to share.

Monday Sherry has an interesting chat with two poets who are part of another poetry community.  You all know them, I am sure.  And I know you will enjoy this chat.

With no further delay, let's share poetry.  Link your one poem below.  Stop in and say hello in comments.  And then make the rounds visiting the poems of others who have linked.  I look forward to seeing you on the trail.

16 comments:

  1. Good morning... Now we are on Daylight Savings Time also. I will get around to read a bit later. Have to make some use of the light.

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  2. Good morning everyone....I'll be back and forth all day reading your treasures.

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  3. Yes it is wonderful spring has arrived although no the April spring....I am awaiting that as the snow slowly melts. Wishing everyone a wonderful Sunday and I'll be back around throughout the day to read poetry.

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  4. It's official, indeed! Bring on the blooms. And have the happiest of Sundays. :-)

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  5. We have just had our Autumn Equinox – and I'm sneezing! But poetry can bloom whatever the weather.

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  6. Waiting for the warmth of spring. Waiting. Waiting. Waiting. Maybe this week? Happy Sunday, friends!

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  7. Hi, dear poets! I rewrote a poem from long ago, inspired by yesterday. After morning worship I'll be back for another cup of coffee and the feast of this Sunday anthology. (Mary, I enjoy your Sunday musings!)

    Have a fine day, spring or fall.

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  8. Spring is here as well, and my poem is also accompanied by a picture of blooms.

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  9. A Happy and Blessed Sunday to all.

    much love...

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  10. have a great day and may spring be all around you...

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  11. Last evening the daylight lasted extra long, always such a delight ......... yesterday afternoon at the beach, there were two adult and two juvenile eagles soaring and swooping around overhead and THREE whales on the sandspit, where they ruib themselves. They were spyhopping and diving for a good hour, to our delight. What a gift that was!

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  12. Wishing everyone a peaceful Sunday

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  14. Happy Spring everyone! Hope everyone is doing well. I have missed being here. It's just that writing less on my blog and unfortunately visiting blogs also reduced. But I'm changing that.
    I do post more frequently on Instagram, usually poetry. I am sharing the link of the latest. Hope that is okay.
    Here - https://www.instagram.com/p/BgyP_wlF05B/

    Will try to be regular in midweek motif. :)

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  15. Your poem affected life?! Yes, you can share your lovely poem and its great "after story" with the world... Submit now https://www.LifePoemsProject.com

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