Just have a gander at these blogs by the people who shared links to their sites in my last NaPoWriMo post.
They are all very different from one another and I have really enjoyed exploring their material so please check them out.
Ladies and Gentlemen I give you:
Kruti Joshi’s Life and My Musings
If you would also like to share links to your poetry, please feel free to leave a link in the comments boxes below
I am off to finish a new poem that the kids have prevented me from doing for the last week – wish me luck, a clear head and peace for the next 2 hours….. ahhhhh…
Yesterday’s post was about the rather awful and glammed up photo of me that I was prepared to share as a guest on Carol Forrester’s blog Writing and Works for NaPoWriMo. Far too glam for me , but hey, a little bit of powder, a little bit of paint…..
I really enjoy reading the blogs of other poets to checkout their styles and subject matter and thought it might be good fun to invite you all to share links to your blogs or the poems you have written for National Poetry Writing Month this April by popping them into the comments box below.
I will Tweet and Facebook the link to this page once comments and links have been entered. You can always check back to this post to see who has offered to share!
Have a great day and I look forward to meeting some new blogs soon.
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has visited my blog in the past few days and who has shared and/or read my poetry. Many of you left some very kind comments about Pavement Cafe and I very much appreciate the fact that you have taken the time to check it out.
Sometimes I wonder if bloggers voices get heard but Pavement Cafe is now one of the posts that, for me, has received the most attention so far. This wouldn’t have happened unless a fellow blogger hadn’t felt the connection and kindly shared it.
I have subsequently had the pleasure of discovering all of you now and have enjoyed reading many of the posts on your blogs too. Why not visit Pavement Cafe and checkout all those bloggers who have left a like; every one of them has the power to either touch, educate, entertain or provocate.
Thank you again everyone.