Monday Poetry Train Revisited

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Monday Poetry Train Revisited #1

Posted by gautami tripathy on November 2, 2008

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13 Responses to “Monday Poetry Train Revisited #1”

  1. This time of year seems Particolored

  2. Here I post a book review:

    Ariel by Sylvia Plath

  3. Steve said

    http://rainbowsreflectraysofthesun.blogspot.com/2008/11/challenge.html

  4. TA Chase said

    Stop by and see Why I Love You?>

  5. julia said

    (Sigh of relief) I missed the Poetry Train! Thanks for pulling it back on the track, Gautami. I posted about the poetic beauty of ballet.

  6. Hello Gautami~ Hope all is well with everyone. The site is looking nice. Here’s my lighthearted “Monday Poetry Train”. Have a nice day.

  7. Almost forgot! Thanks for the invite to Monday Poetry Train, Gautami.

  8. Joy Renee said

    I posted about my most influential writing teacher–Lawson Inada. Again.

    http://joystory.blogspot.com/2008/11/monday-poetry-train-64.html

    thanx for bringing the train out of mothballs

  9. It Was That Kind of Night

  10. i posted a 2008 3:15 about a night terror– fitting for this time of year…

  11. Richard said

    Tami, thanks for a new place to engage in the work of “making it new.” It appears this call for writing is a free for all, so –

    I’ve been working on a number of pieces about the passing of icons: Yassar Arafat, Ariel Sharon, Pope John Paul II, and have just completed this on Fidel Castro:

    DONDE ESTA FIDEL?

    Looking forward to reading the other posts, and looking forward to the ride.

    PS: Also celebrating the truly historic results of our election: Yes, we can!

  12. Scott said

    A collaborative poem my wife and I wrote. Thanks for inviting me to the train!

    Soul Wanderer

  13. Angel C. said

    Come read about the beauty of autumn: For a Time

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