Monday Poetry Train Revisited

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#85: Monday Poetry Train Revisited

Posted by gautami tripathy on June 21, 2010

Sorry for the delay!

Simply hop on aboard and enjoy!

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12 Responses to “#85: Monday Poetry Train Revisited”

  1. systematicweasel said

    This Weasel is hopping aboard for the first time. The title of my poem is “Obscure”

    http://systematicweasel.blogspot.com/2010/06/obscure.html

    -Weasel

  2. found poem with found object
    http://theoddinkwell.com/2010/06/17/discourage/

  3. I’ve got a found poem for Father’s Day, taken from a piece of my grandfather’s journal writing:

    Simon, What Do You Think Of The Weather?

  4. Brian said

    http://hummingbunny.wordpress.com/2010/06/20/some-will-never-see/

  5. I wrote a poem called

    Snickerdoodle Flowers:

    http://juliejordanscott.typepad.com/jjspoetry/2010/06/snickerdoodle-flowers.html

  6. pamela said

    Here is mine:

    http://flaubert-poetrywithme.blogspot.com/2010/06/father-monday-poetry-train-85.html

  7. Richard Wells said

    EVERYTHING HE ATE TURNED TO WATER

  8. winedarksea said

    the change… 24/i>

  9. macrush53 said

    Reflecting about the 40 yr hs reunion and ending with a haiku.

  10. Happy Solstice! In honor, I posted Mary Oliver’s “The Summer Day.”

    http://thewritealley.com/2010/06/21/to-celebrate-solstice-inspiration-from-summer-day-by-mary-oliver/

  11. winedarksea said

    no virtue… 25

  12. Extinction’s Shadow

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