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Greetings to all poets on this marvellous Monday! The world is full of marvels, is it not? It says something of the poetic spirit that such things are witnessed and expressed in words upon the page where they may impact on another passer-by. The Imaginary Garden provides a place where we can share these words, so please link up a poem of your choice and spend what time you have to enjoy the work of others.
and happy Monday to you and all... I wrote this darker piece in the confusion of these times... shutting down memorials, to whom did it matter? But I am not sure on some level that there is darkness enhances how we spend our light... I find it hard to keep up so respond to such a fine constellation of poets...
Good week to all... a double post, for the Tanka prompt, and OLN. ~ M
Happy Monday everyone! Hope it will be a great week for all!
I hope I didn't share this one before. I don't think so. I was MIA last week. I had very unbalanced energy and struggled to get anything done. Hopefully this week is better and I can begin to crank out new pieces1 Love to all!
A pleasure to be visiting the Garden today. I'll be back to read a bit later!
Happy Monday ...
Happy Monday, Kerry, and all!!
I am with Vandana today, a bit on the dark side.
I decided to lift it a bit though before my posting.
Finishing up the saga of Dumb and Dumber today!!
This Monday thing is for the birds. But....I hope it is a good one for all of you.
Hey, Kerry, thinking of some simple wonders.
I love this place
Happy Monday Toads! Gorgeous photo Kerry~
I had to joke that this was my "cheery Monday post for Real Toads," because it's as serious as a tumor. If you are a hydrofracturing supporter, best steer clear... or read it and give me your views! I'm an uncensored blog. Love you all, Amy
Wow - finally got these Tankas done. Kerry - I love this series! Thank you.
Thanks for these prompts. I do enjoy them. Does it have to be a NEW POEM on Mondays?
I'm surrounded by the grape harvest right now which coupled with Kerry's fascinating series on Tanka. Not sure I have it but I liked trying.
Hey Kerry--I had a choice between a very silly poem and a more serious one, so went with the more serious one as more interested in feedback there, but people should feel more than free to ignore it and go to the next poem which is heavy on elephants. (Pun intended.)
The series on Tanka is so interesting. I've not been able to focus on these, but will return to them. Thanks as always for your thoughtfulness. k.
i know it's Tuesday, but whatever! Gail, if you are still wondering, on Open Link Mondays you may link any poem you would like to share with us, new or old.
Kay's page still doesn't like me...but I certainly enjoyed her poem...I will arrive in that bewitching time between sundown and moon rise.
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