Sunday, September 28, 2008

PWB Poetry Collection- September

This is the fourth month of this feature at PWB.

The idea is to list twenty poems, from different bloggers on our blogroll, that I have found enjoyable.They are not listed in any particular order. Do not submit poems to me for this feature.

Please check out some of these poems and leave comments. If there is a positive response then I will continue this next month. It takes about two hours to compile this list so please, if you have time, take a moment to stop in to some of the blogs listed below.

Thank you for supporting PWB and making it a wonderful haven for poets in the blogosphere.

1. Dementia: Forgotten Sounds by Phuoc-Tan Diep
2.Drowning by Noah the Great
3. Haiku LIX by Wordcrafter
4. Vernix by Paisley
5.Homeless by Angelica
6.Flooding by Corinne Elizabeth
7.Whence by The Mad Celt
8. A Poem for Tuesday by Constance Brewer
9.Smoke from Muse Kissed Lips
10. Never to be by Fenny
11.Untitled by John Barthel
12. September 5,2008 by GRH
13. Topography by Heather
14.Unleashed by Rachel Clark
15. Poisin by Craft Green Poet
16. Writer's Prayer by Tiel Aisha Ansari
17. Untitled Brief Poem by Brian
18. Black by Lissa
19. Broken Body, Shattered Mind by Jane Doe
20. Versus by Adi


Anonymous said...

Hi, Sara,
Did this post mis-fire? I don't see the list.

Anonymous said...

I set it up ahead of time but didn't get a chance to find the poems. I'll post it soon.

The Mad Dog said...

Sara...thank you for your tireless efforts at maintaining PWB. Peace and joy.

Anonymous said...

Thank you! Those words mean a lot to me.

Anonymous said...

as usual, a very interesting and diverse collection. thank you

Hannah Stephenson said...

This is a great idea! Rah rah, onward fellow poets!

Hannah Stephenson said...

This is a great idea! Rah rah, onward fellow poets!

Beatrice V said...

Thank you again Sara for all your work and for chosing my haiku, also thanks to every reader. Cannot access Blogger from my own browser at the moment, and will have to wait till problem is resolved to read you all.

lissa 07 said...

I like the idea of featuring poets' work since I don't always visit everyone on the blogroll here as it is becoming longer

thanks Sara, for including me on the list and also thanks for keeping this site updated and encouraging writers with your devotion to this site and to poetry

punatik said...

Excellent work Sara! I have read so many wonderful pieces. This blog has saved me so much gasoline, as I really don't have to go to the library as much.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

It would be great if each reader here would comment on at least one poem. We are doing a huge project here next month that aims to spotlight poetry blogs. I really pray some people will take the take to visit the sites I suggest, so it does not all end up wasted effort.

Angelica Chua said...

As usual, you picked some great and interesting pieces.

Thanks for featuring my poem, too.

C. Elizabeth said...

Beautiful collection. Thanks for the inclusion!

Grant Hackett said...

Hi, Sara,
The work you do to aid poets is extraordinary. Like making this list, among so many other things.
Thank you.
You found one great poem with the Crafty Green Poet's "Poison". People should check it out.

Anonymous said...

for ADI, tried to comment on your blog, still having access problems with Blogger. Your poem is stunning and congratulations for being part of the September Collection and PWB.

delhidreams said...

thanks a lot
am delighted to be a part of the company
yes, this is a great idea
looking forward to the october list already!
btw, may i know why did u choose that specific poem? 'cos its very different from the stuff i post normally :)
thanks again.

Anonymous said...
it contains the forbidden book erotonomicon due to its sexual context,the poem new york olympia and the poetic composition exhibition of orthodromic retrospection

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all the work you do in building community through PWB! And thank you for including me - it means so much to me!

Take Care-

petra michelle; Whose role is it anyway? said...

Wanted to say that your resource is a wonderful outlet for poets, and that September's collection is diverse and beautiful. I can appreciate the difficulty in choosing a poem; my hat's off to your tenacity and love of poetry.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for putting my poem on the list! It means so much to me to know that someone enjoys my poetry.. thanks so much for all you do! You have really brought many wonderful poet-bloggers together and created a family. Blessings!

Anonymous said...

Thank you again Sara,
your hard work is very much appreciated.

P T Diep

The Storyteller said...

Came here through adi's site.
I really admire the efforts behind this blog!

Great work, keep it up


Anonymous said...

Thank you.

I do not comment unless I have something to say. Don't think that means I don't read a lot, though.

I really haven't had hardly any time to do anything, though.

I work full time and go to school full time, so I'm busy constantly now.

Anonymous said...

Noah, its great to hear from you. I love reading your stuff. I've been busy than usual for the last six months myself. Keep trying to really get in the swing of things again but its hard. Hopefully I can before the holidays come and then wipe out all my extra time.

Anyway, glad you could be part of this month's collective. I always can count on your blog, among a few others, to provide a poem I can use, which is helpful to me cause I need to cut down on the time it takes to search for poems. It great to know I won't have any trouble finding one at your blog.

Politifoll said...

Hi Sara

Loved this idea- and I loved the poetry you highlighted too-

I have linked to three of these poems for October on my site

Again great site, wish you well.


Jane Doe said...

Thanks so much for including my poem, 'Broken Body, Shattered Mind' I am very honored. Sorry it took me so long to reply as I have been very ill. I will check out the other poems as soon as I'm able. I hope everyone at Poets Who Blog are (is?) doing well. Thanks again!