Greetings to all on this glorious March Monday. Ella sent me several beautiful pictures of daffodils - nothing says Spring quite like the faces of these delicate flowers as they search for the sun. No wonder they have inspired poets and artists alike.
Ellen Wilson - Ella's Edge
If you have any new poems which you would like to share, please link up below. Alternately, you may have a poem from your archives, which you would like to be seen by fresh eyes. There are no specifications to the subject or themes of your writing but we do request that your post contains poetry. I wish all a most enjoyable time spent in good company. Your participation and encouragement is greatly appreciated.
I try not to be first, but I'm wide awake from a late-night popcorn feast, and I'm still thinking of fences from yesterday's prompt. I could not stop myself from posting this one from the archives.
Have a splendid week, Toads and Friends.
You might be first, Susan, but I think I'm second. Unless the mad linky squeezes someone else in between us.
The mad Linky didn't dare ! ;-)
You guys are late and I am early.
Thank you for the cheery daffodils.I'm now going out to search for my own.
Happy week to all poets.
it's 5:25 a.m. here on a rainy Monday and I'm about to leave bed to get ready to work. Good morning Toads! Happy Monday!
Here's to a happy sea of reading today! Bon voyage!
Good morning, Toads! An oldie from me this morning.
Hope you all have a nice day.
..me? dreaming....flowers? for me? Ah!...Thanks, Ellen! Good morning to all :)xx
Monday Greetings, Toads!
Happy Monday Kerry and Toads!
Thank you for sharing-you make me smile! We had a birthday weekend, prom gown hunt-not Easter egg, and my son came from out of state and spent the weekend with us! I am inspired to write to Margaret's photos~
~Thank you Kerry~
I forgot to say I'm in!
Thank you, Kerry.
Yay for Monday!
Hi Kerry, I hope you are finishing a nice day. It is still morning her, barely.
Thank you for hosting. I like your flower find. The two pictures show that Mother Nature has a better plan for beauty than us humans. The blossoms stand pretty on their plants but droop in the glass.
Kay, I'm the last! Yes, I'm the red caboose, like always~
I will be reading today's offerings and Margaret's inspired challenge!
One that didn't get too many views...or maybe it did and you all hated it. I'll be ok...sniff....
Ah, the stroke of midnight. Now I'm dragging my pumpkin self off to bed and will return in the morning to visit.
Someday flowers will be growing again. :)
Thanks for the opportunity to share here Kerry.
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