Monday Poetry Train Revisited

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Monday Poetry Train Revisited #36

Posted by gautami tripathy on July 13, 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!

24 Responses to “Monday Poetry Train Revisited #36”

  1. […] Not only did this indulge the Sunday Scribblings, but it also works for Carry On Tuesday. Gotta love it. And don’t forget to ride the Poetry Train! […]

  2. What? I’m first?

  3. Welcome all, to the train!

    Enjoy th ride.

  4. Amethyst said

  5. A sail down Memory Lane.

    We Keep Watch

  6. stan said

    And more memories from me:

  7. Jeeves said

  8. Escapees

  9. Charles said

    Skin deep

  10. Irene said

    confessions of a shopaholic

  11. Jill said

    I’m still alive, and I’m participating this week with this poem:

  12. Brian said

    “Stillness is not natural”

    A poem written last week.

  13. naramalone said

    I’m back for another ride with a nature poem

  14. […] the Poetry Train and see what other passengers are […]

  15. totomai said


  16. lostmermaid said

    my first time here !!

  17. angie said

    a tough one this week:

  18. listen to a sound poem I “made” using video clips by Bill Bissell & BP Nichol and make one of your own!

  19. I wrote this one while I was at the beach this afternoon about something I saw this morning.

    Thanks, Gautami, for keeping this site going!

  20. Matt said

    Hey everyone, here’s my offering for this week. Short and sweet.

  21. I’ve been delinquent. Please forgive me.
    Click on my name and follow me down memory lane.
    Part 1 of The Release of the Butterfly…

    4 poems dedicated to the little boy or girl inside us.

    Let me know what u think?

  22. This isn’t poetry, but a competition some of you may be interested in if you are aged 11-17:


  23. lollll

  24. lollll

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