Friday, May 25, 2007

Carnivale Comes to Poets Who Blog

Thank you to every poet who submitted an entry to this carnival. I ask that the other poets listed at this site take some time to check out the following entries and leave your comments. Show your support for the artists below who use the written word to transport, enlighten and enrich the world.


We start off with Soul Phantasm who offers Prayer and The Exorcism, both deeply moving and thought provoking.

Next we have the oldest member of Poets Who Blog, ClockWork Chris with his poem trilogy titled Angel., which are a unique look at seeing the same thing in different viewpoints.



Crimsonflaw , with his extrodinary poetic talent, composed Necromancer, a dark but lovely little piece of work.

Check out the sexily titled blog by Chameleon, Girls Want Porn and the poem Under the Bed

Square Traveler from Views From the Forward Earth shares with us a beautiful creation called Sketches from the Boardwalk

Lisa Chapman from Word for Word wrote 25, a truly moving piece about the joy, the pain, the comfort that can be found in a friendship.

Brian from brief poems offers a short but masterfully written poem called The Sabatoge

A poet with the amusing screen name of extra special bitter asks you to check out this one line poem that takes you into his morning routine.

The hilarious Madeleine Begun Kane, Humorist & Song Parodist gifts us with a limerick called Only In Queens, New York

Tiel Aisha Ansari from Knocking From Inside, a blog I read often, shares her poem called Robert Johnson and the black dog


K. M. Ryanwould like you to read post #127, The Simplicity of Love, a poem that is equally soulful and romantic.



The last poem, I am excited to announce, is from the newest blog to join our list, Chasing Shadows Again. Show your support for Poets Who Blog and make this latest poet feel welcome. Read about her muse here.


Wishing you all a wonderful weekend and continued joy and success in creating your poetry.

Your Blog Manager,

Sara from The Shores of My Dreams

7 comments:

crimsonflaw said...

Sara, wheres your poem ?

Mad Kane said...

Thanks so much for the lovely mention!
Mad Kane

Rax said...

sara good work hosting the carnival this week. wow lots of participants :) beautiful pieces too. im with shakir, wheres your poem?

crimsonflaw said...

sara, many many thanks for the way you have been and always are.
the carnival brought such a happy sunday my way.
i loved reading the poems, all of them... there was love, there was laughter , there were tears, there was a star, some dark matter, and yes ..there was a desert, even a carcass...lovely poems ...
thank you sara for everything.. and thanks to all those who participated
maybe next time our friends ischelle and the poetess from unguarded utterance will also participate.

Deb Powers said...

Sara, thanks for hosting this week's carnival! I've loved participating and getting to read some wonderful poetry. I can't wait to read more when I host next week -- you WILL submit something, won't you? Turnabout is only fair play, after all.

Lisa said...

Thank you Sara for including my poem and for the warm welcome. I appreciate your kind words.

writerwoman said...

Deb,

Send me info on where to submit to at IlovetowriteSMP@yahoo.com

if you can.

I will do a post about your carnival, if you do.

Sara