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November 29, 2010



Really quaint, I loved it! The layout works well for it.



I like it, although I got a little lost in there... But I loved the first stanza so much - those poor daisies - and then the repetition throughout of "I may find I love it."


Interesting! Happy potluck!


Liked the first stanza in particular... I do enjoy my Julie Jordan Scott Visits. So you write rondelet too? I write in many forms, rondelet about to try one. Have done its brothers and sisters rondeau, rondel and triolet though. And LOVE the villanelle, my favourite of the old forms. Got a sonnet, a ballad and free verse this week

Warmest Salad

Luke @ WordSalad

(mine are here -


love the colors,
and your creativity is a bliss to me.
divine entry,
thanks for sharing your work with potluck..



Sometimes a bit of restoration is necessary to bring the old back to life and renew its energy. Especially for old props. Nice job of restoration and an excellent poem as well.

Nolina Estuary

I really enjoyed the first stanza...what a great word picture!


Potluck week 12 awards/treats, Enjoy

Thank you a ton for the lovely contribution!
Happy Friday!
See you next time!

Scent of my heart

I may find I love it... no I for sure love it! Well done!

Scent of my heart

Greetings! How r u?

You are invited to join our potluck week 13 at Jingle Poetry : http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/

Write a poem fitting our week 13 theme (Dreams, Visions, Reveries), post it, and link in to our potluck, you are also allowed to link in unrelated poems. we are open Sunday, 8pm, American central time.

We have had so much fun having you last week. I cannot wait seeing you on coming Monday again.

Let me know if you have questions.

Have A Weekend As Graceful As Your Writing!


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