Scintillating fiction, poetry, and commentary...snort it up your snout!
Oh isnt this the truth? Wonderfully expressed! I love it!
So very very true, Tim!
I like the sentiment Tim, well put ;)
life wonI raise my fistsending a cheer aboveto thanks in the honor of theythat aid__Timoteo, I apologize for leaving this instant's [sort of] Cinquain... reactive to your fine post. _m
love this! speaks to the joy and unpredictability of hope
Somewhere deep in the sea, a few scrappy little (Chilean) sea bass manage to elude the fishermen's nets, fins pumping as they escape to live another day. For now...
SHERRY,Thanks so much!TALON,Hey, there you are, my friend!LORRAINE,What up?MAGYAR,Creativity in response to creativity is always welcome!TEMPLETON'S,So glad you dropped by---thanks for the follow!KOBICO,Goodness, I think that's the cleverest comment you've made so far!Will you swear off fish now?
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Let me try this again!! Have you got some chick keeping you busy????
CINDY,Ain't busy at all, my dear!
AMEN. I found the whole experience completely restorative. So moving!!
No swearing off fish for me, Tim, although I'm more into the salmon and dungeness crab from the fishing boats at the harbor in Half Moon Bay.
SELMA,Thanks for checking in!KOBICO,Sounds fishy to me.
http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/10/20/thursday-poets-rally-week-31-october-21-27/I invite you to attend Thursday Poets Rally week 31let me know when you are ready.Thanks a lot.two awards for this week’s participation.
http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/2010/10/20/agreement-4-thursday-poets-rally-week-31/to participate Thursday Poets Rally week 31,please read the post and link in your poem entry by commenting,after that, I will place your link in among other participants, it is your first time, thus you need to comment for a minimum 18 participants from my list,let me know after you are done,Then I mark you down as done, give you poetry awards,for week 31, we have 5 awards given to all participants an encouragement.welcome in.No rally this week. Thus I invite you to attend week 31, today is the last day, it is okay since I am the host.cheers to you.I would love to have you in our team.
click on the link I give from previous comment to join us.thanks a ton.Happy Wednesday!your poetry rocks.
...I just heard the poet Elizabeth Alexander who wrote Praise Song for the Day, on NPR yesterday and these words fit your post, too:'Sing the names of the dead who brought us here,who laid the train tracks, raised the bridges,picked the cotton and the lettuce, builtbrick by brick the glittering edificesthey would then keep clean and work inside of.'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/20/us/politics/20text-poem.html?_r=1