Monday Poetry Train Revisited

Hop on Aboard, All of You!

#74: Monday Poetry Train Revisted

Posted by gautami tripathy on April 5, 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.


27 Responses to “#74: Monday Poetry Train Revisted”

  1. Raaz (Secret)

  2. Iself said

    Radiant wall panels

  3. Iself said

    Ms. Mueller’s receiving speech

  4. Niebla said

    Scene in sepia – a short prose poem.

  5. I’m back on the train with the poem “Seize Your Freedom”

  6. Gemma said

    A few poetic Autumn thoughts:

    Golden Music

  7. I’m doing NaPoWriMo and this is one of the poems I’ve written so far.

    Thanks, again, Gautami, for keeping this site going!

  8. There is No Cure for writers, I suspect.

  9. Stan Ski said

    Here’s mine:

  10. […] Comment!   When the wise ones come to waken cherry blossoms, welcome them with song.   © 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher   Photo taken at Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Gardens, Seattle.   For more Poetry Train poems, click here. […]

  11. Here’s mine:

    Examinations of an Alter Ego

  12. magicalmysticalteacher said

    Please visit my Cherry Blossoms.

  13. Happy Monday to all.

  14. Here is mine:

  15. Iself said

    For her – something very personal.

  16. Hi Gautami, sorry I’m late here’s something: I Hate Poets

  17. b said

    Our baby Brycen…so nearly lost in February. He is so beautiful and miraculous at 2 month.

    The post: It’s Back…Hope!
    Guatami, I hope you like it.


  18. Landscape – another contribution to napowrimo.

  19. She’s been thinking – a tanka about love, funny side up.


  21. […] for Monday Poetry Train Revisited Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)RWP NaPoWriMo/Poetic Asides Day […]

  22. Hi! This is my NaPoWriMo poem from yesterday, using a Poetic Asides prompt.

  23. niebla said

    Three conditional lines for Liz without an answer.

  24. What might have happened one night in Addis Abeba.

  25. Once upon a time, in a village deep in Kazakhstan. What happens when you’re too wrapped up in novels.

  26. Jumped on the train here at the very last stop this week, per an invitation from Gautami, my friend-in-writing. I will try to get on at an earlier stop from now on. Here are my NaPoWriMo #10 poems — one is free verse, the other a haiku.

  27. Here’s another:


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