Thursday Poets’ Rally Week 2 (January 21-27, 2010)

Hello, Poets and Poetry Fans:

I wanted to thank many of you who actively responded to my Call for Thursday Poet’s Rally Week 1.  Jamie Thorne, Brian Miller, Paul Andrew Russell, CottageGirl, Katharine have been commenting on fresh poetry blogs provided in my list very actively, thank you for the selfless support. You are touching lives and advocating positive communications and feedback among both seasoned poets and promising poets. What Invaluable Contribution You Have Done ;).

Today is Tuesday, I initialize this post two days early because I want to make things clear about the rules to be able to be listed…

To be able to be eligible for week 2 participants, you must:

#1: Post a poem on Thursday, January 21, 2010 in YOUR OWN BLOG.

#2:  If you are a week 1 participant, make sure you have already commented on 12 fresh Blogs before you comment that you will be active on week 2. (Without fulfilling requirement of week 1, you can not request as a participant in week 2, I have to be fair to those who do working hard to send out encouragement and cool notes to other poets via commenting.)

#3: If you are not a week 1 participant, but you are a poet and want to join in, please feel free to join us by commenting on this post.

#4: I love comments, if you are visiting me and want to leave a comment in general, please comment on my other posts as listed on the right hand side of the screen. Thanks.

No obligation to be come a member, thus please choose what you want freely. Once confirm that you want to be IN, then you have to be serious, I trust your WORDS and wish you best of luck on blogging and poetry writing

or readings.

Week 2 Participants:

William Manson (A Poem is written on Thursday)

My Walking Path (Poem posted on Thursday)



Shiteki Na Usagi, Haiku Blog:

Bonjour Poetry:

You are never alone: (her first poem)

The Girl In Me:

Pat: (her third poem)

A poem named “Jingle” by Pat: (her 2nd poem)

JP Beaty: poem)

Jamie Thorne:

Beth the Doubtfulpoet:

Utopian Fragments:

Moondustwriter’s blog:

Jingle’s Poem for Thursday Poets Rally:

Twelve (12)  fresh poets to explore in week 2:

Bonjour Poetry

Area of delayed decay

broken satellites wondering


Realitylivingnkc’s blog

Michael’s deep thoughts

Kseverny’s Blog

Letters from Trieste

Raw Substance

Keymus Blog


Thursday Poets’ Rally Week 1 Participants (Week 1: Jan 14-Jan 20, 2010)

Shiteki Na Usagi, Haiku Blog:

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Jamie Thorne’s Personal Musings

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Brian Miller:

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Paul Andrew Russell:

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The Girl in Me:

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The CottageGirl:

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Moondustwriter’s blog:

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Jessie Carty:

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My Journey Home: (her first poem)

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JP The Beaty:

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You are never alone: (her first poem)

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For more information about Thursday Poets’ Rally of week 1, click on:

Special Thanks to KJ Who Is Gifted in poetry and wrote a poem for Jingle:

KJ’s Blog:

Special thanks go to William a poet who comment for Jingle every single day:

William’s Public Poetry:

Wishing all of YOU A Terrific Tuesday! 🙂 🙂

Kittens Meow at A Microphone To Sing A Song!


Haiku #9:

Feeling alone,

Kittens meow at a microphone

To sing a song.

Haiku #10:

Cats on mat,

Cats in hat,

Cats hunger for a pat.

Haiku #11:

Please don’t be sad

Or mad

At your cat.

Haiku #12:

A cat

Wants to hurt

A rat.

Haiku #13:

Running up the hill

Is the kitty Jill

Who barely stay still.

Haiku #14:

Some cats are black,

Some cats are white,

All cats are bright.

Haiku #15:

My name is Pat,

I am a special cat

who enjoys wearing a hat.

Haiku #16:

I am a kitten

Who is willing to listen

And eat fish often.


It’s Tuesday, Haiku time. I  share with you Eight (8) Cat Haiku (#9-#16), a continuation to Cat Haiku (I-VIII)-

2010 Little Mittens Fit 1005 Cute Kittens:


How do you define Pet?  To me, a Pet is




Please fill in the blank to wrap up your visit with Jingle today:




Wow, Thank YOU for the Pet Haiku via comments.

Wishing You A Day As Admirable As Your Language Art Skills. 🙂 🙂


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