Midweek Poetry Moment Posted byCarolApril 2, 2014April 1, 2014Posted inNature, Photography, PoetryTags:William Butler Yeats Advertisement Related Published by Carol A freelance writer of fiction and non-fiction living on the West Coast of Canada. View more posts
4 thoughts on “Midweek Poetry Moment”
That is so pretty and calm. thank you .
Ooh, I long to hear the lake’s waves flapping at the shore. It snowed here overnight, Carol. I mean really! Enough with winter. Altho, I’m not complaining. Okay, yes I am, but forgive me anyway. Have a great day!
I didn’t really expect anyone to comment today… just decided to occasionally post my proof that I’m reading a poem a day while I participate in Tweekspeak Poetry’s challenge to do so. I find the rhythm in poetry rubs off on me while writing. 🙂
So sorry to hear of your snow, Joylene. I know it’s been a long winter for many areas. I was amazed to see our DDs photos from the Kootenays, where she had a few feet of snow just a couple weeks ago. Then it began to rapidly melt. The thaw had their creek overflowing, but it quickly returned to normal and they now have spring. Your spring will come, too. Don’t despair.
Lovely. I occasionally write poetry, but it’s bad poetry. I never could get the hang of all those rules. I’ll stick to non-fiction and fiction, and enjoy what real poets write. 🙂