A little bee-yoo-tiful magic this Sunday morning. We need the bees! We hope this morning finds you well and happy, and with a big cup of coffee ready to accompany some wonderful poetry. I can't think of a better way to begin the day. Thanks for stopping by to enjoy the buzz. Smiles.
We have some happy news this week. The sunny Sanaa Rizvi is joining the Poets United team. She will do some of the Friday features, beginning with a Moonlight Musings on June 14th. Do stop by and welcome her aboard. Magaly and Sanaa's young energy are very much appreciated by we older folk. Smiles.
The weeks zip by so fast, it scares me a little. On Friday, Rosemary featured a most beautiful poem, "Starlight", by Geoffrey Prince. Scroll back and check it out if you missed it. We have another great week lined up for you. On Monday, I am thrilled to feature Magical Mystical Teacher. I have been asking to feature her for a very long time, and she recently made my day by saying yes. Do stop by and see what she has to share with us. On Wednesday, Sumana offers the word "Bridge" for us to contemplate. I can't wait to read the responses!
For now, you know the drill. Link your poem, leave us a few words and do stop by your fellow poets' blogs. Thanks for being here and sharing part of your Sunday with us.
Good morning... I will get back later today... we have had a very long weekend filled with summer. Now it's ending and the weather is turning colder.ReplyDelete
Hi Bjorn, our weather is changeable too this year, we had hot weather too early and now it is a bit cooler.Delete
Hello fellow poets. Woke up at one a.m. to buzzzzzz in and raid the Pantry. Lovely to see you here.ReplyDelete
Sherry, I must tell my big brother that you've said I have "young energy". Since, according to him, I was at least 40 when I was born.ReplyDelete
Happiest readings, everyone.
Smiles. Old Soul, young energy.Delete
Good morning, poets! Looking forward to reading your words today. We have had sunny weather so far this weekend. Woke up to overcast and drizzle, which I hope will end as the morning goes on. Hope it is sunny where you are!ReplyDelete
Hi Mary, mostly sunny. Today there is a gathering with First Nations, and a protest walk about the fish farms, which are infecting our wild salmon. An important event.ReplyDelete
Good day, poets!ReplyDelete
very warm and humid over here at night, as i typed this.
Always lovely to see you, Lee San.Delete
Things are buzzing around here too. Flowers are finally starting to bloom.ReplyDelete
My deck is covered with potted blooms. So much joy!Delete
Happy Sunday dear friends! It is a beautiful day here so I will be back later to read all your wonderful poems. Enjoy the moments of life when you can.ReplyDelete
Yes, these "small" moments are actually Life, unfolding.Delete
It's nice to be back. Looking forward to reading poetry today.ReplyDelete
SO happy to see you, Myrna.Delete
It's an absolute honor to be part of the team, Sherry!❤️ Thank you for the warm welcome and love!ReplyDelete
Welcome aboard, kiddo! We will benefit from your and Magaly's young energy. Smiles.ReplyDelete
Good afternoon! Bees are very inportant. I keep bees and it is a joyReplyDelete
Oh I would love to see your garden, and to sit under your special tree and hear you, up in its branches, playing the violin!ReplyDelete
You are a busy lady! I am posting today and I hope this summer will see me here more often - only so many hours in the day. I am off to visit and comment :)ReplyDelete
Lovely to see you, Margaret. Our protest was well attended, for such a small place - the park was full! I am a happy girl.ReplyDelete
A slightly late hello from me, as I am just back (at lunchtime on my Monday) from half a long weekend away – from home and from the internet. Will enjoy reading the poems at intervals over the next few hours, in between getting ready for hosting a discussion group at my place tomorrow.ReplyDelete
You are a busy gal, Rosemary. Cant believe it is Monday there. Hope your discussion group is lively, and imagine it will be.ReplyDelete
Congrats to the sweet and sunny, Sanaa!!ReplyDelete