Sunday, July 29, 2018

Poetry Pantry #413

Singapore - China Town
Photos by Lee San


Chinatown from the Main Thoroughfare

Shop houses

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.

Street Scene

Another Street Scene

Greetings, Friends.  This week and next week we will be enjoying photos of Singapore's China Town taken by Lee San (dsnake1).    They really are a delight for the eye, aren't they? 

Thanks to those of you who have participated in the Poets United offerings this week. On Monday Sherry shared poems by poets Colleen, Sanaa, and Donna.  Wednesday Sumana's Midweek Motif theme was Wilderness.  And on Friday Sherry shared very meaningful poetry written by a talented Canadian poet.

Stop back again Monday to see what Sherry has to offer us.  And Wednesday Susan's Midweek Motif will be "a bundle of contradictions" or "Anne Frank's last letter."

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


22 comments:

  1. Hello friends.. what a wonderful set of images. Makes me want to travel. I will get back to reading later, right now it's to time to get out in the sun.

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  2. I enjoyed the pictorial mini tour. I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend!

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  3. Loved the vibrancy of the posted images. Happy Sunday to all

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  4. Lee San, what wonderful photos! Thank you. And thanks, Mary, for hosting. Here it is two a.m., so i will make rounds when i next wake up. Smiles.

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  5. Hello everyone, hoping the weekend has kind and productive for you. Lee San, I wished Toronto didn't have this need to destroy everything with a link to the past. Singapore looks to be a beautiful city to explore various architecture that graces it.

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    1. Must warn everyone, the poem that I have selected is very political, and offend some readers.

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    2. yes, its architecture is quite varied, and it is quite easy and convenient to get around. but it is also quite an expensive place to live in.

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  6. Good morning once again. Lee San's photos are beautiful, and we can look forward to more next week. Hope everyone is having a poetic Sunday. See you on the trail of words!

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  7. Beautiful photos. Good Sunday every one

    much love...

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  8. Wooohoo Singapore! I loved these photos today thank you for sharing them Mary and Lee San!💞 I will be around later to read and comment .. it's my turn to cook dinner tonight haha.. and I have already started too yayyy 😊 Happy Sunday everyone 💞

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  9. Terrific photos, and I look forward to the next lot. Have a great weekend, everybody!

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  10. Cheers for hosting Mary and thank you Lee San for your wonderful images of Singapore. Happy Sunday to all.
    Anna :o]

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  11. The photos are beautiful - I would LOVE to go there one day. Happy Sunday, everyone.

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  12. Good day, everyone!
    a pleasure to share a bit of our city over here. :)

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  13. What a colourful collection of photos - I love to see places I shall never be able to visit. Thank you Lee San and Mary for hosting us.
    So good to be back in the pantry after a blog moving break - off to taste all the offerings here today, little by little though as time is somewhat rationed

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  14. You know things are a little "stay at home" when I pen a poem about constipation. Well, it has some summer and activism too. I'll be back ....

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  15. Marvelous Photos! Happy Sunday all.

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  16. I love the architecture and colors. The colors remind me of growing up in the Caribbean.

    Hope everyone has the best of Sundays.

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  17. Haha great colors "dsnake" looks like Paradise.
    ZQ

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  18. Was having some tech issues and some comments I placed would not go through....I guess the same happened here. Hope everyone has a wonderful week. :-)

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