Sunday, November 6, 2011

Poetry Picnic Week 12: Feathers, Fidelity, Figment, and Fables

Welcome to Jingle Poetry at The Gooseberry Garden Poetry Picnic Week 12, Last week, You have done outstanding job sharing, writing, and commenting, we loved your creative muses a great deal!


This Week, we will handle cases on Feathers, Fidelity, Figment, and Fables, which means that, you are going to study these terms, write about how they position and add light to your life.

This is Life in Verse and Morning welcoming You to the First Poetry Picnic in November Today.

Upon reading some FABULOUS poems from your peers below, please let your CREATIVE muses rise, write and share your poetry talent with us, remember, anything related to feathers, figment, fidelity, and fables are WELCOME here!

"Trust You"
By

Tisk, tisk.
What is the truth?
Shame on you.
I don't want your lies.
Tisk, tisk.
What have you done?
Shame on you.
Your half-meant tries.
If only you were a tad more honest.
If only you were true.
Then I could believe what you told me.
Then I could trust you.


Finding Feather On Your Path
By

She wore the symbolic feather,
Most said it was a figment of her imagination.
Yet it stood written in the book
of philosophy that she would
Wear the symbolic feather.
but she is the messenger.
She was chosen before birth,
She wears her faith proudly,
And purity never unwavering,
She stands tall in her truth.
They call her one of the many fables
As she was destined to lead,
And bring forth peace to all,
So how can anyone say?
It's in her imagination
When we all know that the
Symbolic of all faith starts
With finding a feather on your path
.
By
Life In Verse

Thank you for being there
when times were hard
thank you for being there
to make me laugh
thank you for being there
When you didn't know what was going on
following me blindly
comforting me well.
It's nice to know
that I'm still loved
especially after
my heart's been bro
ken
I guess I needed that
I needed to know
that I was loved
I wanted someone to show
that they cared
and I reached out to you
and you saved me
you helped me
even though you weren't quite sure why
I appreciate you.
Thank you for not leaving me alone.

How to Link in My Poetry?

Share your work using InLinkz below, and leave a comment in case it is your first time! It would be great if you could link back to us on your blog.
Weekly poetry collection starts on Sunday, at 2pm (CDT), and will stay open till Wednesday, 8pm (CDT), 78 hours for you to share your poetry with us...

Upcoming Next Week!! 

 
For Week 13, we will have theme Childhood, Dreams, Books, and Role Models”. What fun, that's next week!
 
Since this is a virtual party,
every poet who blogs is invited and welcome here,
Please dress yourself with Poetic customs, feel FREE to join Us and
Share your poetry treats, old or new, theme related or unrelated, in any poetry forms!

Image Credit: Google.com

42 comments:

The Gooseberry Garden said...

welcome,

Life in Verse and Morning appreciate your support.

Please feel free to share, and enjoy a fun time!

xoxox

Morning said...
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Morning said...

Robin, Chimnese, and Life in Verse,

Thanks for your theme fitting and inspiring poems,

welcome posting them in your blogs, and link in to share with your peers as well.

best regards.

bsain said...

Working hard to read all the wonderful poets, still getting caught up from last week.

Poetry Potluck said...

take your time,

Becky,

Thanks for coming.

kez said...

have submitted a couple of children oldies ....hope that's ok thank you for the opportunity x x x look forward to reading during the week.

Thoughts Not Lost said...

Hello all!

Remember me? I hope so. It's been awhile. But I am back! :)

Please enjoy the new poem I just linked!

WyomingDiva said...

Thanks for the reminder emails - I've only been writing poetry sporadically because of other projects!

Andy said...

Hello.
Thanks to Life in Verse & Morning for hosting this week.

Awesome poems by Robin Elizabeth, My Poetry & Writing & Life In Verse.

I'll be around throughout the week to read some of these delights.
Thanks for sharing everyone.

Enjoy the Picnic & have a great week ahead!

Heaven Is You

zongrik said...

i put up a sonnet with mythological references to the constellations and a feathery finale.

JediSwift said...

thanks for letting me share a poem here :D

Morning said...

welcome back, Thoughts Not Lost.

please enjoy yourself, everyone who linked in or commented here,

Smiles.

Happy Poetry Picnic.

Anonymous said...

I'll throw in a Hi-Koo in the key of E
:-)
ZQ

Chèvrefeuille said...

Thank you for the invitation to the Poetry Picnic of the Gooseberrygarden. I feel honoured.

just one flower
a gift of joy and love -
a red rose

Kay said...

I do hope you'll enjoy my bit of Irish lore, The Fairies Fly!

I look forward to reading the entries from the talented group of writers here.

Yours truly,

Kay

Ashwini Sane said...

Your selected poems above are truely fabulous, also read through the various links- everyone is writing so well on this topic! My best wishes to all!

ccchampagne said...

I've felt very mute for a few weeks now (possibly a good thing), so am feeling a bit rusty... Still tried to put something together for this. Hope you enjoy it, and thanks for the opportunity! *smile*

Daydreamertoo said...

Great prompt again, thanks for all the work you do to allow us to share ours.

Adura Ojo said...

Hello,

Very Interesting prompts. I actually managed fables and (in)fidelity, I think! Lovely place here at the picnic. Looking forward to sharing and reading.

Erica Nicholas said...

Loved this prompt! Thank you for the chance to share our work!

Morning said...
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Morning said...

welcome, guys.

Will read you soon.

The Noiseless Cuckooclock said...

will read tomorrow.

The Orange Tree said...

submitted one written this afternoon.

:)

The Orange Tree said...

submitted one written this afternoon.

:)

somewhereamelody said...

Thank you for inviting me to join in!
I very much enjoyed reading the poetry here!

manicddaily said...

Thanks for the opportunity of sharing work in your very supportive community. K.

Richy said...

Glad to be a part of the poems here and share in a part of this. Great work.

Dave King said...

Have posted a poem which I hope meet enough of the criteria. Good choice.

Rohit said...

hi all,
It seems we have to submit a link to our blog and our poems will be seen from there...
done that.(mine is a starter blog,and i just posted a poem called "unspoken words" on it)
link by name Rohit
looking forward to participation in this fascinating world of poetry!

tinkwelborn said...

Wonderful Picnic!

Jacqui Binford-Bell said...

Sorry, but I think I previously linked my first link to another Gooseberry rally.

Second is the new poem

Morning said...

Guys,

been busy with stuff,
will visit tonight,

Thanks for the patience.

Ginny Brannan said...

Sharing a fable I wrote for fun quite some time ago, called "The Maiden and the Witch." Hope you all enjoy.

anjum artwriter said...

Dear Gooseberry Garden, Thank you for the great encouragement.Here is my contribution for the week I hope its OK

http://poeticocean.blogspot.com/2011/11/poem-in-response-to-gooseberry-garden_08.html

halfwaybetweenthegutter said...

It's a good job I got a post on my blog, otherwise I would have missed this! I didn't receive an email.

Although I posted my poem before I joined this week, it fits with the subject of fidelity. Looking forward to reading.

The Gooseberry Garden said...

welcome, sorry for being late in commenting,

will get through soon.

best wishes.

Suzy said...

Thanks to Morning for visiting my blog and leaving a comment and link to this post. My first here.

Tarang Sinha said...

Beautiful image!! I really liked the selected poems especially By Life In Verse.

Morning said...

love to see so many of you in.

Happy Poetry Picnic.

:)

Roy Schulze said...

Thanks for inviting me to participate in your blog. Our little writers' group doesn't necessarily focus on poems, but I do like to think our perverse restriction to exactly 100 words often brings out the poetry in our short, short stories. Enjoy.

dsnake1 said...

hope i am not too late to join the party. :)