Monday Poetry Train Revisited

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Monday Poetry Train Revisited #35

Posted by gautami tripathy on July 6, 2009

Welcome back to Monday Poetry Train. Hop on aboard and also invite your friends to do the same.

Please don’t forget to leave the link of the post you want to share. Don’t leave your blog URLs.

IMPORTANT: Don’t forget to visit each other. Be a polite critique. We need not trash each others’ works. We can critique the work but not ones beliefs or thoughts.

A few times, comments don’t show. Don’t panic. I will get those here ASAP! Leave one link per comment.

And I don’t have to tell you help spread word about the train! Do it any way you like. By hook or by crook!

18 Responses to “Monday Poetry Train Revisited #35”

  1. Here’s mine for this week: Wolf’s Tooth

  2. Hi, fellow train riders!

    A Saucer and a Jar

  3. Hey, Gautami, can you delete the above comment? It’s pointing to the wrong blog. Not to mention how I butchered the html…



  5. Jeeves said

    Have a great week ahead

  6. naramalone said

    I’m back for another ride.

  7. Charles said

    I will give this a shot because I have never tried it.

    The shape of a heart

    Thank you.

  8. totomai said

    a haiku

  9. irene said

    Boarding the train with

    Discovery & Living: India & Laos

  10. Basket

  11. Welcome back!

    walk those miles and miles

  12. angie said

    hello, everyone!

    this is one I wrote for the OSI ‘stranger’ prompt; I hope you like it!

  13. Leo said

    for the OSI Prompt I wrote this


  14. sassysezzy said

    This is the first time I’ve looked at Poetry Train – wow what a great blog.

    It Wasn’t A Life

  15. Well it’s still Monday in my part of the world and here’s my post:

    The previous post to this is on flarf and conceptual poetry which might be of interest to some of you!


  17. This has been very late, but my whole week has been filled with attending funerals. 3 so far…

    I was asked to write a poem to read at the graveside of my second cousin’s child. He died before birth… It’s really sad.. He was a perfectly formed child (7 months). I was born at 7 months so I’m grateful to be alive because at that time 26 yrs ago, it was pretty rare.

    So I wrote the poem… If you click on my name, it’ll take you to the poem.

    Thanks for reading.

  18. Matt said

    Hi everyone, it’s my first stab at this blogging so here goes:

    I’m trying to get my poetry blog off the ground so all hits welcome. Thanks.

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