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How to Participate in One Single Impression
- Post your poetry on your blog. This does not need to be today. You can post any time during the week.
- Come here and enter your link into Mr. Linky. Other participants can easily find you by clicking your name in Mr. Linky.
- Enjoy the beautiful poems of the other bloggers.
- There is a new Mr. Linky each week so you always have to sign up on the current one. Please do not sign your name on Mr. Linky unless you are participating in One Single Impression.
- Mr. Linky will remain here forever. A list of past themes is on the sidebar. You can check back at any time for information on a past theme.
Thank you and enjoy!
I love what you've done here, math teacher! You have show me the poetry of math with both economy and beauty. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Writing in Faith: Poems
I can't believe that this is the prompt now. When I checked here, I had just been browsing mandalas. I couldn't believe the connection! So, of course mandalas are a part of my posting. (Yes! I love mandalas!)ReplyDelete
Mine is kind of madness! And to think, I am math teacher!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the prompt, and for your poetry. :)ReplyDelete
My contribution [thanks to lori] to the circle theme is spherical warmthReplyDelete
I have taken the prompt and waxed poetic on things Irish in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Hope you don't mind. See mine hereReplyDelete
A deep haiku about karma.ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed James Steerforth's reminiscences of Joni Mitchell's The Circle Game, but cannot leave a comment at his blog. It was wonderful. :)ReplyDelete
I am glad that one of the participants said a week or two back that a poem is never finished. I haven't been able to get it just the way I want it. I hope to work on it during the week, even perhaps change the form of it.ReplyDelete
Thanks very much for the inspiration. I wrote two haiku: Kicking Around Circles.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the prompt. It's always fun to do, even though it's also a challenge at times.ReplyDelete
This is my first time contributing thanks to Lisa at Artsy Endeavors. How could I resist since I have a Blog dedicated to my hand drawn mandalas plus my art Blog.ReplyDelete
I am transfixed by the mandala. Thanks for a very evocative theme and example.ReplyDelete
Wonderful theme. I will read as many of the entries as possible!ReplyDelete
Interesting theme! Thanks for the fun haiku opportunity, as always.ReplyDelete
another wonderful prompt with vison ConstantReplyDelete
It didn't end up being a haiku but oh well. Thoughts. Enjoy.ReplyDelete
late again, here is mine.ReplyDelete
Good prompt, thanks!ReplyDelete
Lovely prompt and poems!ReplyDelete
This is my first time here. Thanks for letting me join in.
Andree, to answer your questions you'd left in comments:ReplyDelete
1. the photo I used was free clipart, but I hunted all over for exactly a photo like that.
2. I could not use the Mr Linky because it's private. I do have a gold membership for my cat's blog (oh yeah, the cats rate a gold membership) but not for not this one. Making it a public meme would probably be better.
Ah ... the week got away from me, but 'better late than never' ... right?ReplyDelete
I've posted my response to #3 Circle this morning (Easter Sunday) as you've posted prompt #4. Hopefully I'll be quicker with my Spring piece.
Happy Easter one and all!
Hugs and blessings,