I don't usually comment but I was surprised to find that some years have 53 weeks in them. This is that year.
All the poetry goodness can be found at Buffy at Buffy Silverman this week. Thanks, Buffy.
I was rummaging around on my computer this week and found the following tritina I wrote in 2015. I don't really recall what the occasion was for me to write it and it doesn't appear to have been on my blog. I took the photo on the Glen Jackson Bridge on my way to school. October through January had some of the most spectacular early morning views.
Sometimes words come. The sunrise today (Thursday) was exquisite. While I didn't capture tonight's sunset, the words came once more.
Last Call for the 2021 New Year Poetry Postcard Exchange
Did you know there are 28 days until 2020 ends? Woohoo! Let's celebrate the New Year with a New Year Postcard? In Japan, it’s called Nengajo, a Japanese custom of ushering in the new year.
Please join the party. It will be fun! I will be closing the signup on December 7, 2020 so that I can organized the addresses.
Mary Lee at A Year of Reading is hosting Poetry Friday. Join her and others in the fun!
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