Monday Poetry Train Revisited

Hop on Aboard, All of You!

#63: Monday Poetry Train Revisited

Posted by gautami tripathy on January 18, 2010

Simply hop on aboard and enjoy!

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

Do visit each other’s posts and please be a polite critique. We need not trash each others’ works. We can critique the work but not ones beliefs or thoughts.

Come on. Join in. I know you want to!

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

18 Responses to “#63: Monday Poetry Train Revisited”

  1. Back on board again after a month off!

  2. Gemma said

    I have been away awhiles too! But I decided to start back with my sonnet on a hot topic in my local area of Dromana!

  3. stan said

    Here’s Mine:

  4. I’ve got a backstory poem:

    She Was Too Strong For Me

  5. Here is mine.

    my poem

  6. Hiya Gautami, I’m going to bed as it’s 2.50 am here, but I’ll be back later to read all the posts.
    Here’s one I wrote for guess who?
    Got Your Letter (Still)

  7. Susan

  8. Madeline said

    Hello, everybody

    Here’s mine

  9. Jeeves said

  10. Welcome back! I have been busy and haven’t visited anyone lately. Will do so this week.

    Here is mine:

  11. Jill said

    So here is my share for this week:
    And go take a look down, I’ve post some of my favorite french songs underneath

  12. Welcome all this Monday.

  13. b said

    From my window I see the desert…listen!


  14. Continuing the multi-dimensional adventures of Los Dos Viejos:

    Juarez Afternoon

  15. I posted 2 videos & a shor tpiece of text from Dr. Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech:

    and may post a poem of mine own, too, we’ll see…

  16. John T said

  17. To Richard Wells: Love the storyline… but I can’t figure out how to leave a comment, I know I’ve had this problem before and I used a different browser, but that won’t work on this machine.

  18. A VALENTINE’S VITRIOLOGY – On the Underestimated Consequences of Valentine’s Day

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