Monday Poetry Train Revisited

Hop on Aboard, All of You!

#64: Monday Poetry Train Revisited

Posted by gautami tripathy on January 25, 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.

17 Responses to “#64: Monday Poetry Train Revisited”

  1. stan said

    07:54 – just made the 08:oo – now where’s my ticket…?

  2. Felicity said


  3. shashidhar said

    a poem written some time back,for the new ‘beholders’:)

  4. a newbie to haiku. hopefully i got the syllable count and the concept of haiku right. please let me know:

  5. Welcome back!

  6. madeline d. murray said

    Hello, everyone

    Here’s mine

  7. Hi Gautami,
    Here;s mine:

    Where do I get the badge?

    ❤ Andy

  8. Here is mine.

    my poem


  9. Susan said

    Here is my poem

  10. Salad Bowl

  11. My link was spammed!


  12. Here’s one I wrote during journal writing with my students not long ago. The prompt was: It’s snowing.

    Thanks, Gautami!

  13. A day late and . . . . Better late than . . . . Anyway, here is this week’s offering.

  14. It’s been a while…

    Here’s my new poem…
    Me Through my Eyes

  15. Sorry for lateness!

  16. I posted on Monday and linked and forgot to post the link here!

    There’s a reading on Saturday remembering William Stafford so I wrote about him and posted some of his work instead of my own:


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