morning dew, green light
a treetop snapshot, silence
fine arts well fine tuned
morning dew, green light
a treetop snapshot, silence
fine arts well fine tuned
summer art camp, julie cohen, emily claudia, kelsey Rieger, rachel webber,
they orchestra some profound music notes to human ears
Oklahoma academic excellence finalists through linda neal, david boren, eric trump,
they celebrate achievement
they dine at Crowzne Hotel of Tulsa and give talks at Embassy Suites Inn of Norman,
Molly shi and david boren join George Jenet, Howard Baker, sol Linowitz, Robert Gates,
100 high school students grin with confidence
Leland Melvin, Laiba ,Frank Robson, Scott Thompson, Sara Wilson, David Bass, Shelley Self,
etc. infinitely many energy
infinitely many key notes
poetry does find a way to listen and give thoughts
which makes education excellence better perpsective
how many students will obtain college admition this may of 2020?
good luck to those high school seniors,
a school opens to many brave students
my pc is stolen
my destop is in my imagination
i hear kate middleton speaking
she is relaxing
a man makes a plead
a dinner is pre-ccoked
roasted peanuts, texas toasts, tomatoes and eggs
a journey is set for Spain vacation
Whew! We did it, everyone! Another Na/GloPoWriMo has come and gone! I hope that everyone enjoyed the challenge. You might have gotten thirty poems out of it — if so, congratulations! But even if you didn’t, I hope that you found inspiration and joy in our prompts, resources, and featured participants.
Our final featured participant for the year is Aloha Promises Forever, where the minimalist prompt for Day Thirty resulted in a thematically-appropriate haiku.
As usual, we’ll be leaving the “Participants’ Sites” list up until later this year, when we’ll start cleaning up and getting ready for Na/GloPoWriMo 2020.
Finally, thank you to everyone who participated! Your enthusiasm for writing and encouragement of other participants is a wonderful thing to behold. And wherever your poetry may take you until another April rolls around — happy writing!
a featured poem by michael romani
World of Poetry Brings to its magical end A month too well spent
a thorton without a thorn
a show without knowing gary soto
what is left is music guitar in empty chair
Derived from the Greek word epiphaneia, epiphany means “appearance,” or “manifestation.” In literary terms, an epiphany is that moment in the story where a character achieves realization, awareness, or a feeling of knowledge, after which events are seen through the prism of this new light in the story.
once becoming a mother, some women become a good human, they babysit,
they feed, they find ways to nurture a fresh life, if a mother ever frowns once,
the baby could grow doubt, if a mother ever feels too tired to feed, a hungry
child could lose confidence, I try to believe that: attitude matters, a good childcare
leads to good bound between parents and children, James and George have become
presidents, they seem always being a good company to their family members.
some string in maximum arc length
some straight line containing the origin
lots of wonders and proofs
none is accurate
all are nicely displayed in geometrical sense
is math okay or good?
Life wasn’t easy,
And the struggles were there,
Filled with times that it mattered,
Times I just didn’t care.
I stood on my own,
And I still found my way,
Through some nights filled with wonders,
And the dawn of new days.
And now with old age,
It’s become very clear,
Things I once found important,
Were not why I was here.
And how many things,
That I managed to buy,
Were never what made me,
Feel better inside.
And the worries and cheers,
That plagued me each day,
In the end of it all,
Would just fade away.
But how much I reached out,
To others when needed,
Would be the true measure,
Of how I succeeded.
And how much I shared,
Of my soul and my heart,
Would ultimately be,
What set me apart.
And what’s really important,
Is my opinion of me,
And whether or not,
I’m the best I can be.
And how much more kindness,
And method of analysis I can show,
Before the Lord tells me,
It’s my time to sing and let my voice echo.
yun yi, a poet at alibris.com
read Mary Fallin at amazon.com
lots of platforms
a left handed singer
a right wing dancer
if not for the godness sake
we will not know Sally Ember
yuan kong, xiao bei, xu pengcheng,
they set up a stage
they join a party
sarah palin, qi qi, bristol palin, tag,
what a show
God bless joe, thelma, lemin, chongqing, and chuanzhen
janet ruscher does surprise us.
poet Brendan Flaherty speaks a good experience
one of our poetry award for early participants
poet Aija Mayrock speaks of her poem writing adventure
happy 10th birthday to Thursday Poets,
we do absolutely read this poetry
a poem is a power
it fuels high
the version stretches
the world sings
a blog is a road
it shows and tells
elizabeth, melissa, shelly, sue, and jodie,
they seem okay with colored words
a project at sichuan province
lovely annie, she writes
sarah spencer, she writes
what do you see when you click on a link?
a post, a poem, or a passion of waves?
what do you do during Christmas eve?
shopping, reading, or studying?
education is very important,
so does your mental spirit,
one shall always choose academic excellence, independence, and knowledge,
once a good education is done,
we sit, working for pleasant lists:
cooking, writing, art, knitting, fitness, and poetry,
because when we pick POETIC melody as our daily objective,
we are busy
and we have ourselves well rounded with research, hope, and joy.
Poems by Poet Jacqueline C Nash and Anything Poetry Related
Me.. Era !
Writer at Heart | Fangirl by DNA | Struggling Human Until Further Notice
A Reconnaissance in Rhetorical
Believe in Yourself
writing confessional and haunting poetry.
A place for poems and pics
Random and (quite often) rhyming verse from a random (stretching the term somewhat) poet
Micropoetry ~ Waka ~ Flash Fiction
. . . . . . . did you know that i sit next to you now in the tiniest house of time?
Capturing fragments of the ever changing
Poetry centering around the Human condition
bite size servings of pun, fun and wisdom to spice up your world!
The core of the soul
projections of a foolosopher
Poems and essays by Steven Federle
Jesus Saved You, What Happens Next? Pursuing Spiritual Maturity
Just another WordPress.com site
Life is amazing. Love is eternal. Everything else is just beautiful.
Poetic Endeavors in a Nutshell
About sexual assault, for victims of sexual assault, by survivors of sexual assault.
Most of us feel it, some don't. Some of us say it, some don't. Some may agree, some won't. Be as it may, the facts still remain.
A man should hear a little music, read a little poetry, and see a fine picture every day of his life, in order that worldly cares may not obliterate the sense of the beautiful which God has implanted in the human soul. (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Express. Inspire. Feel.
because while some truths lend themselves to equations, others are best described in verse
All is One, co-creating with the Creator
through the darkness there is light
Monologs of a Water Tiger
My site is to share my creative phrases with the world
Creative Writing; Philosophical Poetry
Doing what you like is freedom; liking what you do is happiness.
Matt Wiebe on WordPress, design, and tech stuff
Technology news, trends and analysis covering mobile, big data, cloud, science, energy and media
Amy Barlow Liberatore... stories of lost years, wild times, mental variety, faith, and lots of jazz
mainly poetry, also quilts, pictures, life-writing and the occasional short story.
A Journal For Charlie
Francina & Guests
occasional visual essays
I will never write enough
Just another WordPress.com weblog
poetry by claudia schoenfeld
LOOKING FOR LIFE BEYOND CABLE NEWS
looking for little gasps of joy
Life in general - and all the rest