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Sunday, every Sunday, let's have a community picnic. It's probably been a long week, and it's lovely to have a few minutes to sit back and relax and enjoy some good conversation in a less formal space. Feel free to bring something for the Picnic Basket - a poem you liked this week, a thought you had or something you experienced, or even something completely unrelated to poetry whatsoever that you just feel like sharing. Just take a moment to say hello, and maybe have a bite to eat; no one is going anywhere fast, and the shade promises some relief from the everyday heat. Let’s get to know each other a bit better, here under the branches of the poet’s tree.
jjhunter: Watercolor of daisy with blue dots zooming around it like Bohr model electrons (science flower)
From: [personal profile] jjhunter
I posted about cultivating wordplaces, or personally resonant vocabulary, at my DW journal: I believe in resonance
How about you? Are you finding some words more resonant for you lately? What patterns zing for you in your language and languages?
zirconium: photo of flask with feathers in and around it (flask with feathers)
From: [personal profile] zirconium
Missed last week's picnic, so I'll mention it now: Autumn Sky Poetry featured my sestina O Clouds Unfold.
Edited Date: 2015-03-09 01:14 am (UTC)
jjhunter: profile of human J.J. with goggles and a band of gears running down her face; inked in reds and browns (steampunk J.J.)
From: [personal profile] jjhunter
                                       What returns
isn’t always what was cast upon the water —
oh that is aching lovely. Very nicely done!
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From: [personal profile] raze
Woop! Missed this Sunday, but I have written two poems this week. One of them is access-only unfortunately since it deals with my relationship, however: I also wrote character-perspective poetry about Trent's experience as a biracial man, and it can be read here.

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