Welcome to Thursdays Poets’ Rally week 4.
Participants are poets who are dedicated to spend the whole day promoting and celebrating poetry. By volunteering to reach out, make positive comments or encouragements to a minimum 12 fresh blogs each week, these poets demonstrate leadership capacity and become backbone of future poetry advocacy leaders and seasoned poetry readers and writers.
Meanwhile, we welcome poets who are represented as fresh poets to join our leadership group under their own wish or motivation. We expect our group to grow and expand so that more poets are inspired, more poems are composed and shared, and more joy or fulfillment in poetry is discovered.
#1: If you are a poet who is new and want to join our Thursday Poets’ Rally, comment here and let me know, I will add your on.
#2: Post a poem in your OWN blog on Thursdays.
#3: Go ahead and visit the blogs on the list, please make sure to make a minimum 12 positive comments on 12 different blogs where you have never commented before. This can be done on Thursday, or by next Thursday.
#4: Very important, please make sure to comment back when you are given comments.
#5: After you post a poem, commented a minimum 12 blogs, let me know and you will remain on the list the following week as active poets.
Your link will NOT appear as participants UNLESS you commented below, I need your word of approval so that we have mutual understanding and respect upon this event. Thank U in Advance and Have FUN on the Rally! 😉 😉 ;).
Week 4 Participants:
Beth the beautiful poet:
http://jaymiethorne.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/angel-muse/ (done, 😉 😉 😉 ) (new post)
http://www.waystationone.com/2010/02/theme-thursday-red.html (done, 😉 😉 ;))
My Walking Path:
David Rheins on Blogger:
http://ishabellemanalo.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/heart/ (done, 😉 😉 ;))
The Girl In Me:
Keep Track of Wondering Mind:
http://pttyann.wordpress.com/2010/02/03/a-little-something/ (done, 😉 😉 ;))
Rumblings of A Ghost:
Shiteki Na Usagi, Yousei Hime:
My HUmble Blessings:
Art Is My Religion:
Week 4 Fresh Poets to Know and Explore:
The dance of solitude:
Critical qal theory; http://critiqaltheory.wordpress.com/2010/02/01/late-running-service-to-here/
Scratching the parchment:
I am the lizard queen:
A City On Hill Cannot Be Hidden:
Mcfloetry’s blog–Poetry that flows
Arambler’s Poetry Blog:
I Release Me:
Poetry breaking from delusion:
Smiles and Scares:
Everything will turn all right:
Avery Ryan Wellman:
A Poem A Day, poems written by elementary school kids after they attend creative writing camp:
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