Sunday, July 5, 2020

Writers' Pantry # 27: We're Halfway There!

Hello Word Artists and Admirers! We’re just a little over the half-way mark for 2020. I am slightly torn between breathing a sigh of relief or a groan of trepidation, but I am glad that despite the madness that has been this year, there’s always been a bit of space for writing.



On to the house keeping:

  • Rosemary shines a spotlight on Maori poets with this week’s Wild Fridays feature
  • Magaly is interested in history, so for the next Weekly Scribblings, she would like us to write poetry or prose inspired by the phrase, “Things were different back then”. Feel free to use the words literally or metaphorically.  

The floor is now ready for you to share your wonderful word offerings--old or new, fiction or non-fiction, poetry or prose. Just remember to keep your prose pieces to 369 words or fewer. One entry per person please.

16 comments:

  1. Thanks, Rommy. The Pantry is such a great opportunity to share things which might otherwise be overlooked.

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    1. And oh my goodness, halfway through the year already! (Well, we can't say it's been uneventful!)

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    2. LOL, no we certainly can't!

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  2. Happy sunday guys!
    Definitely a year replete with big moments and abject boredom. I will try to visit and comment on all the pending posts asap. The Court is resuming from tomo here :(

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    1. I'd be happy for a little more boredom in the United States. I hope your week goes well.

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  3. I have taken a summer break from writing and Poetry Matters, trying to recharge my battery. However I will continue to read and be inspired by so many ......

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    1. I hope your break id restive and refreshing!

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  4. Hello, I'm sharing a poem I wrote back in May. Hope everyone is well!

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  5. Like Susie said, hope everyone is well. Thank you Rommy for door wide open to another Sunday writer's pantry

    Muchđź’–love

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  6. My good mornings are turning out to Good Afternoons to all of you in Pantry. : )

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    1. ...in THE pantry... must be time for bed :)

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    2. LOL, or another cup of tea. I'd always go for an extra cup when I can.

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  7. I looks like it's turning into good evening for me. A long weekend of work before heading into my salaried job on Monday. I hope to get caught up (someday).
    Cheers!

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    1. LOL, yeah I imagine that's a lot to balance along with the needs of the farm.

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