Monday Poetry Train Revisited

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Monday Poetry Train Revisited #2

Posted by gautami tripathy on November 10, 2008

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Second week. Come on folks. Do join in the fun! And please don’t forget to visit each other. Help build up the poetry community. Help spread the word. Display the button proudly on your blogs.

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9 Responses to “Monday Poetry Train Revisited #2”

  1. This time around, I do offer poetry:

    blank page soaked

  2. julia said

    I’ve got a poem written anonymously for Remembrance Day:
    The Inquisitive Mind of a Child

  3. Here’s a piece of Skywriting

  4. Steve said

    http://rainbowsreflectraysofthesun.blogspot.com/2008/11/autumn-fall.html

  5. Richard said

    I think I missed the train last week by being the last person to post. I’m going to re-board this week with the same selection and beg forgiveness for the repetition. Promise I won’t do it again. By way of intro: this is the fourth in a series exploring the rather public demise of iconic figures. I’ve done Arafat, Ariel Sharon, Pope JP II, and now Fidel. Please feel free to critique:

    DONDE ESTA FIDEL

  6. lissa said

    I’ve forgotten about this until now but here’s something

    ballad of the blue rose

  7. i’m aboard!

    here’s a 3:15 experiment poem about a lightening storm or two:

    http://artpredator.wordpress.com

  8. A little something about writing

  9. Joy Renee said

    Monday is almost over where I am but I finally got it posted:
    http://joystory.blogspot.com/2008/11/monday-poetry-train-65.html

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