|Espresso Chai Pumpkin Pie, Pinterest|
If I were to make receipts for every good thing you had ever given me, there would be not a tree left standing on earth, nor oil in the ground from which to make ink. — Angela Abraham
Hello everyone! Happy Thanksgiving to you all in advance! This is Sanaa and I am back with another exciting Pantry of Poetry and Prose this Sunday.
This week Susan lifted our spirits with her Midweek Motif, "Awakening," to which there were several amazing responses! I, myself was lured into writing and pouring my heart out.
Rosemary introduced an exciting new feature, "Wild Fridays: Roving the Web," where she shared links to good stuff for writers! Do scroll back and check it out in case you have missed it!
For now, I invite you to share your entry, as Poets United welcomes both poetry and prose (i.e. stories, articles, essays) feel free to link anything new or old and relish in the work of others. Also, if you opt to share prose then please keep it to 369 words or fewer.
Optional: For those of you whose muse desires something, here is a stunning poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Remember to give credit if you decide to write inspired by it.
|Pierre Bamin, Unsplash|
Next Wednesday Sumana's Midweek Motif will be ~ Longing
And now, without further ado, let us dive into the Pantry! Looking forward to grabbing a cup of delicious hot chocolate and reading you all! See you on the trail!🥧
Good morning... linking up a poem I wrote yesterday. Hope you like it.ReplyDelete
Loved it!❤️ Thank you so much for sharing, Bjorn🍹Delete
That pie looks good enough to eat, lol!ReplyDelete
I know right?❤️ I knew it was perfect thing to share in the pantry the moment I saw it!😍😍Delete
What Rosemary said... lol and all. Ha!Delete
@Magaly; Hehehehe ❤️❤️Delete
Peace & Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Truedessa!❤️ Sending peace, love and light your way🍹Delete
Hi folks, I am late to the party today, here on the sunny west coast. I am feeling very tired, so I may not link, but will make the rounds to see what lovely offerings you have stocked the Pantry with. Happy Thanksgiving to those in the States. We celebrated ours in early October, which always feels too early to me.ReplyDelete
Sending you lots of love, Sherry!❤️ Happy Sunday!🍹Delete
Hi everyone--I am teaching today for most of the day, but will be back this afternoon to read your pieces--Happy Sunday everyone!ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday, Audrey!❤️ Heading over to read you!🍹Delete
Happy Sunday, and happy holidays!ReplyDelete
Good morning, all! Sanaa, that pumpkin pie is the most beautiful I've seen and pumpkin pie is one of my favourite things in the world. Happy T-Day to those in the States!ReplyDelete
I am so pleased you liked it, H!❤️ I am quite fond of pumpkin pie myself!😍😍Delete
Hope everyone have a good Sunday. I got inspiration to finish a piece by some beautiful artwork. Also shared it to the pantry.ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday, RedCat!❤️ Heading over to read you!🍹Delete
Ron, I cant seem to find a place to comment on your poem, but enjoyed it very much.ReplyDelete
@Sherry; I am guessing the comment section is closed.Delete
Hello All. Yesterday cold and rainy, today warm and sunny. Typical southern November. I wish you all well. I am busy today baking for the Thanksgiving dinner so I will be in and out. Cheers to you all.ReplyDelete
@Toni; Happy Thanksgiving to you! Hope your day is glorious ❤️Delete
Hi, everyone! I will come back and post later. That espresso-chai pumpkin pie looks and sounds delicious! In fact, I feel inspired to write about it....ReplyDelete
Yay! Thank you so much, I am glad to know that you are inspired by it!❤️Delete
Sanaa, I couldn't get over the absolute beauty of that pie. *laughing* I am sharing the Ode to Autumn Deliciousness!Delete
@Revived Writer; I absolutely loved it!!❤️Delete
I sure want some of that pie.ReplyDelete
I agree - that pie is simply stunning. I'll be back Monday to read and visit.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Margaret❤️ heading over to read you!🍹Delete