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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Poetry Potluck Week 49=Poetry Picnic Week 4: Celebrating Jingle Poetry Community One Year Anniversary!

There is No More Sunday Depression or Monday Blues because it is 
Poetry Potluck Time!!!

Welcome to Jingle Poetry it is TIME to celebrate as we are

Celebrating Jingle Poetry Community’s One Year Anniversary

... and the topic this week is 

Summer VacationsGrandparents,  and Anniversaries”

And this is Shashi offering you our special treatment this week  
Share 1 to 3 poems, old or new, in any poetry forms with US, and have FUN!

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 8pm (CDT), and will stay open Thursday, 8pm (CDT), 96 hours for you to share your poetry with us...

Upcoming Next Week!! 

For Week 5, we will be back with our normal style at Jingle Poetry at The Gooseberry Garden and the theme is ” A poetic form known as 


It will be fun to write about what you see around you like may be the bird, the falling apple or the road that is congested with traffic jam... anything that you can write about looking deeply into any object, person, or an emotions, love or feelings...Its going to be fun looking deeper into a thing, but that's next week!

Leaving that aside, let's get back to the main topic here. 3...2...1
*pull the party poppers* 
Poetry Pot Lucky! 

Please Enjoy talented poems below and write on upon your inspirations and thoughts.

The first poetry shared is by Nina Cassian (She is a Romanian poet, composer, journalist and film critic. She has published more than fifty books of her own poetry) And its called... well ...

(...For Barbara Davis)
By Nina Cassian

I love you with the syllables I learned
From Shakespeare’s sonnets, burning, never burned.

Love you with the everlasting sounds
Of memory, your ups and downs
And calm and frenzy, ecsrasy and grief.

I love your life as much as I believe
In elements, in islands under spell,
In howling oceans, magic dew...

When once you called me Prospero, you knew
That I am Caliban as well.
Nina Cassian
(November 27, 1924 - )
To read more about Nina Cassian please click here
For Celebrating Grand Parent’s day here is a nice poetry by Bridget Brown
This is a poem for my grandmother who has been there for me through thick and thin Kathleen Brown – Bridget Brown


Her smile
Her laugh
Are full and rich

Her voice
Her touch
Are soothing and gentle

Her thought
Her feelings
Mean everything

When I’ve got nobody
By Bridget Brown

Source: Family Friend Poems 


Today marks 10 Year Anniversary of September 11th event of New York City, U. S. A., While the nation spends some time moaning those precious and innocent lives lost 10 years ago, We, officials at Jingle Poetry Community, including Officials at Jingle Poetry @ The Gooseberry Garden,  and Poets at Blogging Sphere also take our moment to write about such a tragic milestone, we pray for Peace for those lost lives in Heaven and wish Peace, Love, and Safety to everyone else who are living today in the global universe! 

Take Good Care, Happy Living! Happy Blogging and Happy Writing! 

 Participants or Followers of Jingle Poetry Community, Please feel free to Claim The Jingle Poetry Lucky Bunny Poetry Award from the top and The One Year Anniversary Cake Tag from above, You Inputs Make Us Whole, Happy Monday Poetry Picnic!


नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya