It’s decided, Sunday’s we’ll be hosting a Poetry Potluck and Inspiration Buffet

What does that mean?  It means every Sunday we’ll be bringing you a buffet of inspiration to spark your written creations.  And all poet’s are welcome to bring one of their dishes to the table via the comments sections.

Today being Valentine’s Day, well we went with the obvious…but we hope you’ll take it someplace new.

You can keep your creations to yourself, share them in the comments, or send them off to journals for publication.  They’re your creations, do as you please.

And of course, we welcome everyone to use the comment section to say hello and greet your fellow poet friends.  After all, who wants to eat brunch alone.  It’s so much better to feast with friends.  So, really, do use the comment section to say hello.

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The photos are from Pixabay.  Usually we give links to the individual photographer, but with the slide show, it just doesn’t work.

And we’ve picked a song from Danny Schmit and Carrie Elkin.

On that note, we will quote wiki  “Echo, by trying to protect Zeus, endured Hera’s wrath, and Hera made her only able to speak the last few words spoken to her. So when Echo met Narcissus and fell in love with him, she was unable to tell him how she felt and was forced to watch him as he fell in love with himself.”

Well, the buffet is ready and laid out before you.  We hope we’ve inspired something.  Don’t forget to come back next Sunday for our next Poetry Potluck and Inspiration Buffet.

Oh, we almost forgot…there’s plenty of inspiration for everyone, so please, invite your friends.