Monday Poetry Train Revisited

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#86: Monday Poetry Train Revisited

Posted by gautami tripathy on June 28, 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.

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12 Responses to “#86: Monday Poetry Train Revisited”

  1. Stan Ski said

    Here’s mine: WHO KNOWS?

  2. Racquel said

    Here’s mines: http://alanalanienyc.blogspot.com/2010/06/romance.html

  3. Here is mine:

    http://firmlyrooted.blogspot.com/2010/06/who-are-we.html

  4. Brian said

    http://hummingbunny.wordpress.com/2010/06/28/sacred-soil/

    Good day!

  5. Here is mine:

    my poem

  6. No Longer Imagine

  7. systematicweasel said

    Mine is called The Hearts of Doves

    http://systematicweasel.blogspot.com/2010/06/tiger-lillies-hearts-of-doves-pride.html

    Video included: The Tiger Lillies-Pride (7 Deadly Sins Album)

    -Weasel

  8. Loch Rob said

    My submission.

    http://sfrobbins.blogspot.com/2010/06/rainbows-shadow.html

  9. here is the link to my poem for monday!

    http://stacylynnmar.blogspot.com/2010/06/i-never-really-wanted-to-know.html

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  11. Hilongos said

    Every single poem may not be enjoyed by every single person. Many people can dislike a great poem and it still wont change the fact that the poem is great. People just aren’t capable of being as enthusiastic about things as the next person might be. It is the right of each person to choose for themselves which poet or poem they like most.

    The most enjoyable poems are usually selected by choosing which poems are the most interesting or which ones are the most lively. However, no two people have the same exact taste or preference in what things they enjoy most. Interesting poems may be new or fresh to the reader. Lively poems might catch the reader’s attention very quickly.

  12. winedarksea said

    #26

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