Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Request For 'Summer' Poems

It's time to show your summer hat, and see what the other poets have on their minds. The Linky widget included with this posting is a fine way to leave a link to your poem inspired by the 'Summer' prompt, or any other poem you want to share. Comments are available if Linky doesn't work for you, or you want to add encouraging remarks, or any other remarks.

Saturday night I'll put up the next Totally Optional Prompt. And, thanks for your support.


15 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

In Australia, we are still a long way from summer. But today in my wanders, I saw a scene that I could use for some summer reflection!

Paul D. said...

Smells in summer always interest me. No frass and orts this week, though. Probably won't get to look at all the poems until tonight late.

Cassiopeia Rises said...
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Cassiopeia Rises said...

Hi everyone. It's funny how a poem comes to you. I was brushing my teeth the other morning and this just filled my mind. I had to sit right down and compose it. I hope that you like it.
Thanks for the great prompt!

love-bd

Anonymous said...

There's a bit of summer in here: "Why cut your hair?"

Anonymous said...

Hey, I've linked to a new blog, yogini poet. I combined all my posts from two other blogs, mariacristina and yoga dreams.

Anonymous said...

The breezes of summer enlaced with a grim design

Anonymous said...

perfect timing... ya know the solstice was just last week... aphelion

Anonymous said...

Well, I'm such a newb when it comes to technology. I can't get the URL to work properly on yogini poet, so I've re-posted on my main blog. I think I'll just stick with this one!

Pirate Princess said...

Better late than never!!! :)

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Might as well link Simply Snickers prompt to TOP as it too deals with summer.

love-bd

moe lauher said...

I'm still new at this.

World So Wide said...

Hot summer day haiku

Anonymous said...

It's not easy to write about summer in midwinter... but I managed it in the end!

World So Wide said...

Another summer poem - Summer Women.