I’d like to invite you to visit my blog where I post poetry prompts every Saturday morning. There’s also other poetry info and a standing invite for you to post your poems and thoughts as comments.
Here’s a sampling from this week’s prompt:
I recently came across an old collection of Robert Frost’s poems that I haven’t looked at in many years. The weather was hot and humid (too hot and humid for this time of year), so instead of sitting outdoors in the gazebo, I sat inside with the AC on full blast and re-read the Frost poems. I’ve always loved “The Road Not Taken” for its symbolisms and universal appeal. This one of American literature’s best known and most often quoted poems. There is, of course, much more to this poem than a surface understanding reveals.
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