|Proceeds from purchase of the rainbow bracelet for the onePulse Foundation, Orlando, Florida. Peace bracelet made by friend of the Garden, Charlie Clevenger. Smile!|
C'mon in, the Platform is yours today! Please share a poem with us. Long or short, old or new, it’s up to you. Remember that links in the Garden do not expire, so feel free to link up on Wednesday or later in the week. And don't forget to take some time during the week to read the work of other participants.
Good morning, friends!
Happy Tuesday y'all❤️ sharing a "Love Story" today.. thank you for hosting, Marian❤️ so good to see you!
I love that bracelet! Good vibes.
HI TOADS! Are you ready for love? Let's find out!
Happy Tuesday... wrote a fun little poem..
I've got some sweet nothings left over from Valentine's Day. xx
Hello poet folks, My poetry memoir, Packing a Suitcase for the Afterlife, has been accepted for publication by Finishing Line Press (FLP), an award winning small press out of Georgetown, Kentucky. The 32 poem collection probes the questions: How much does the essence of one’s psyche weigh? Is the soul the one carry-on that we can actually take with us? In the end, what do we value and what do we leave behind? The poems are a distillation of life’s memories and track the inner and outer journeys of childhood, care giving, aging and life’s inevitable losses. You can read more about it and how you can pre-orderhttp://www.looseleafnotes.com/2017/02/good-news/. Thanks!
Congratulations, Colleen! What great news!
Hey while we are talking about publications... friend of the Toads Timoteo is too modest (!) to tell you himself that he has published a NOVEL. Turn Back Tomorrow (A Deliciously Indelicate Gambol Through Space and Time) can be found on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Turn-Back-Tomorrow-Deliciously-Indelicate/dp/0692835156/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
Arghh! Can someone in the "garden know" please delete my first entry, #16? I seem to have forgotten how to link and now I can't figure out how to delete, something a writer should never forget!
And, yes, I love the bracelet too.
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