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“Or maybe spring is the season of love and fall the season of mad lust. Spring for flirting but fall for the untamed delicious wild thing.” ― Elizabeth Cohen
Greetings everyone! Hope you are in high spirits! This is Sanaa and I am back with another exciting Writers' Pantry this Sunday.
The early morning light, soft and diffused, paves way for the approach of Spring. The Spring equinox is expected to fall on Thursday, March 19, which is earlier than it has been in over a century! The last time it arrived this early was 1896!
On the other hand, in the Southern Hemisphere, March equinox will mark the beginning of Autumn. Soon, the golds and reds will carpet the grass. The chilled rain, perfect for dousing the soil, as much as the earnestness of wet eyes.
Announcements and Reminders:
The topic for next Weekly Scribblings is "Early Bird or Night Owl?" With Daylight Saving Time messing with everyone's sleep schedule, Rommy got to thinking about sleep cycles and preferences, which is why she would like us to shape our work around the idea of early birds, night owls or both.
Rosemary won our hearts with "Wild Fridays #9: I Wish I'd Written This," where she featured an incredibly poignant poem by Anne Michaels. Do scroll back and check it out in case you have missed it!
Remember, you have one entire week to participate in prompts now. Just keep it mind that some people may have moved on to their next project after a couple of days, so entries posted later might not receive many visitors.
For now, I invite you to share your entry as Poets and Storytellers United welcomes both poetry and prose (i.e. stories, essays, articles) feel free to link anything old or new and relish in the work of others. Also, if you opt to share prose then please keep it to 369 words or fewer.
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And now, without further ado, let us dive into the Pantry! Looking forward to grabbing a cup of tea and reading you all! See you on the trail!💝