Welcome to all poets and friends to this 21st day of NaPoWriMo as presented in The Imaginary Garden!
For three weeks we have kept up the momentum of providing a prompt and link every day, so that the efforts of those who have taken up the annual challenge of writing 30 poems in 30 days may have our support.
As before, The Tuesday Platform is prompt free, and the choice is yours to write a new poem for today or to link up a poem written earlier this month (or at any time in the past). Most of all, we hope that this meeting place of poets will continue to provide inspiration and purpose to each person who drops in as time and tide allows.
Here's one from Sunday, to show I've not quite disappeared from Blogland= though I have rather been hiding for a while!
Hi there.. I seem to have caught on the poem a day, but as I didn't start in time I will never make it. My congratulations to every one that are successful. I hope to be able to finalize my heroic sonnet corona, 14 sonnets + one this month.
Congrats, Bjorn, and all.
I wrote/composed (ha!!!!) another song. I had a few different melodies, and versions, but this was the one I ended up with. It is a fun process, in its way.
Thanks Kerry and all for support and inspiration. k .
Sharing my poem "Enlightenment" which was written earlier this month :)
Hope you like it.
Lots of love,
Good morning, Toads!
This one poem a day bit is almost maddening, but a pinch of madness never hurt anyone... right?
Buenos dias, everyone!
Good morning, all. And thanks for the opportunity to post on an open day. I look forward to visiting with everyone.
I'm waxing theological — sort of.
I have to go to bed now. I'll come back to read tomorrow.
I love the open link. My friend is out on a limb. I love the line about a town with big shoes but little steps in the poetry slam video.
What an excellent spoken word poet and poem...thank you for sharing, Kerry and for readying the stage for our community of poets...much appreciated.
Happy reading/writing to everyone today!
Timely slam poetry for the USA, I must say, and beautifully filmed!
Great to see ya, Toads! I'm in rant mode today. Somebody's gotta do it.
I am posted. Thank you.
Hi kids, moving slowly this morning. I re-posted an old one, written for a Toads prompt. Am behind - as usual - online. Looking forward to reading your wonderful poems.
I'm behind commenting - tonight I listened to a wonderful concert with two symphonies by Karl Nielssen and Jean Sibelius - this year they have both their 150th birthday.
Ah here am i late in the evening, tomorrow is earth day i'm inspired a day early
Writing haiku again...today was a tough one
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