Good morning, Poetry lovers. No sign of Dobby, but there is something wonderful in the Poetry Basket! Yes! The wonderful Susan Evan’s debut collection Shift Happens will be reviewed over on our Poetry Basket Page. To bag(!) a signed author copy, follow this link http://susanevanspoet.bigcartel.com You can follow Susan Evan’s work on Facebook and InstagramContinue reading “Something in the Basket!”
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The Poetry Door….
Let’s see what’s behind the Poetry Door today…. It’s a lovely poem by Mary Carr. A great friend of mine, poetry has come to her recently. Mary has produced beautiful work, and is happy to share this poem with you: I will… I WILL RIDE THE WAVES I WILL FIGHT THE TURBULENCE TILL I COMEContinue reading “The Poetry Door….”
Hmm…..think Dobby’s liking poetry more than she lets on… One day…… Be back soon with another amazing poem…….
Today’s the day!!
Well, look who’s in the Poetry Basket today! I’ve been looking forward to this! The gifted Barney Ashton-Bullock! Go to Poetry Basket page for a very hot review!
Advantages of Poetry in Lockdown
Online Stanza Groups…….. Having the time to actually Write poetry! Zoom poetry, natch! Being able to properly read poetry pamphlets! And staying home at night guilt-free! Tune in on Monday for an exciting Poetry Basket Review! Have a good weekend.
Watch This Space…..
Dobby!!! What are you doing there?! Where’s the poetry basket? What’s that, Dobby? A new and exciting collection is about to go in it? Very soon? And meanwhile, here’s a comic strip? Yes, we have another review coming soon, so watch this space and no flipping! Meanwhile….. Is there a moral in this tale? TheContinue reading “Watch This Space…..”
The Poetry Window
Hello. Today we’re looking through the Poetry Window. Dobby and I wonder if we can see any poetry out there…… Dobby reckons not, but by sheer coincidence, I happen to have a poem called Windows! How uncanny is that ?! Read on – WINDOWS Why are everyone else’s windows so warm and enticing? Comfortable andContinue reading “The Poetry Window”