Monday Poetry Train Revisited

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Monday Poetry Train Revisited #8

Posted by gautami tripathy on December 29, 2008

Wishing All Of You The Best Of The Season.

May The New Year Be Wonderful For You.

In All Ways.

Thanks to Gel Emerald, Linda Jacobs, Tiel and Mad Kane, MPTR is getting a bit of publicity. We have had lot more participation for MPTR #7. Still suggestions are solicited and are very welcome.

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.

BTW, you can subscribe to the comments of this blog on your reader so as not to miss any post!

I have added all of you in the blogroll. If any one is left out, please let me know.

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36 Responses to “Monday Poetry Train Revisited #8”

  1. Hope all of you like this:

    http://firmlyrooted.blogspot.com/2008/12/playing-for-pleasing-moon.html

  2. thanks, guatami, for all your efforts and for creating the blogroll for us!

    i’ve been working on this one for a few weeks and posted it earlier yesterday:

    http://artpredator.wordpress.com/2008/12/28/four-sonnets-for-brian-barker-1961-2008/

    i hope to get a poem up today sometime as well…we’ll see!

    happy holidays!

  3. julia said

    Here’s wishing my dog a very Happy Birthday!

  4. steve said

    A story:

    http://rainbowsreflectraysofthesun.blogspot.com/2008/12/believe.html

  5. John T said

    Inspired by “One Single Impression” but should work here as well.

  6. Jeeves said

    Two posts for MPTR

    http://poemsotherwise.blogspot.com/2008/12/landscape.html
    http://poemsotherwise.blogspot.com/2008/12/stardust.html(This one was written for OSI)

  7. Here:

    http://nityajeevi.blogspot.com/2008/12/garbage.html

  8. Happy Holidays and vacation, Gautami!

    Never and Always

  9. Haiku Tuna said

    Getting ready for a mighty wind this new year to help me live my best life.

  10. Not quite the new year and not quite the old: we’re At the Corner of the Year.

  11. ThomG said

    Cool idea. Check out my poetry and prose at:

    http://www.thomg.blogspot.com

  12. Thanks for the prompt to post here, Gautami. I was hoping you’d still welcome fiction.

    http://blog.westofmars.com/2008/12/28/byline-chelle-lafleur-makin-a-difference

    This is the last piece in a puzzle that began a few weeks ago. If it’s not enough of a stand-alone, holler and I’ll edit the piece so you can get to the backstory easily.

  13. Raven said

    Hi,

    It’s not totally clear to me how this works but it seems like you are open to prose as well as poetry so I have posted a little fable for my first participation. Hope that’s ok.

    Barclay’s Lament

  14. floreta said

    hello. i’m a little unclear in how to participate as well.. but i think that i will try to cook something. 🙂

  15. floreta said

    ok, i’ll play. thanks for the invite, by the way 😉

    http://floretacui.blogspot.com/2008/12/stream-of-consciousness.html

  16. angie said

    Thanks for inviting me–this looks like fun! 🙂

    This one came from the OSI “winter” prompt: http://therer2doors-thespacebetweenwords.blogspot.com/2008/12/winter-day.html

    Wonderful idea, the train!

  17. Jill said

    So here is my contribution to this week Train:
    http://jill-l-acadienne.blogspot.com/2008/12/monday-poetry-train-entre-deux-mondes.html
    I’m proud to here that you took over Gautami!

  18. gautami tripathy said

    Julia’s link is not working. So I put it for here again:

    http://julia-mindovermatter.blogspot.com/2008/12/poetry-train-monday-81-you-are-so.html

  19. julia said

    Thanks, Gautami!

  20. gautami tripathy said

    Linking for John Tran too:

    http://jetism.blogspot.com/2008/12/stardust.html

  21. sister AE said

    Late today but I’m here. I’ll be around in the next day or two to read what everyone else left!

    http://havingwrit.blogspot.com/2008/12/sound-of-sisterhood.html

  22. […] I evolve… (Written for Monday Poetry train revisited #8) […]

  23. Asma Ahsan said

    Hi. Here is my contribution:

    http://asmaahsan1974.wordpress.com/2008/12/30/i-evolve/

    This blog is a very good idea. I will try to revisit as much as possible. 🙂

  24. Thanks for the link. Glad to see Poetry Train is back!

    😎

    FOR OUR FRIENDS IN SCANDAL-RIDDEN ILLINOIS

  25. HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR SON – Poem for the Christmas Child

  26. My contribution:

    Gautami, could you add me to the blogroll as well? Thanks.

  27. Ouch. The link didn’t render as intended.

    Here it is: http://captainmolecule.wordpress.com/2008/12/28/i-believe/

  28. writetoday said

    Thank you for the invite. Here is my first submission.

    http://writetoday.wordpress.com/2008/12/30/cherries/

  29. Onion said

    I’m not too sure I understand this site yet, but here’s my contribution:

    http://ithinkinblue.blogspot.com/2008/12/inspiration.html

    ~O

  30. Hi Gautami, you didn’t tell me about this thingy…

    But I wrote this one for you anyway!

    http://sewina.blogspot.com/2008/12/normal-0-christmas-night-1993-it-was.html

  31. Oh, so many poems to read! Hi Gautami. I’ve been really inconsistent lately, but I did post this week.

    Poetry Purge

  32. Happy New Year 2009 everyone! I can’t always be on time, but I’m trying to contribute.
    (I do have a good reason though… 🙂
    I Want to Hold Your Hand and if I messed up coding again, please look for the post
    “I Want to Hold Your Hand”

  33. JetHappy said

    Not poetry, but hope this will inspire your writing:

    http://quotesforthetimes.blogspot.com

    Happy New Year!

  34. Nairobi said

    hey there…
    Hi everyone on poetry train!

    Wanna share this poem with all of you.Hope you like it…
    here’s the link

    http://songofsea.wordpress.com/2009/01/02/value-my-tears/

  35. watermaid said

    I’m not sure how this works but I pulled in after stops at Gel’s and Gautami Tripathy’s sites. I see a number of familiar faces here. This is my latest poem: stardust(2).

  36. KiteHorse said

    luma

    three tea lights diffract
    through my New Year fireplace screen:
    who’s seeing – who’s seen?

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