Hump Day Poetry is a weekly poetry blog-share every Wednesday. Here’s how you can join in
1. Write a poem (any type of poetry, even for other challenges) You have from Wednesday to the following Tuesday to link up!
2. Link it to my poem of the week with a pingback or by leaving the link to your poem in comments.
3. Visit other bloggers’ poetry for that week. Like, leave a comment, and share! (Please try to visit as many other poets as possible. Keep the community love flowing!)
Note: to create a pingback, simply include the url of this post somewhere in your post. Please check my page to ensure your pingback has posted. If not, it is either awaiting moderation, or the pingback failed (happens sometimes!). To ensure your post is seen, you may want to just add the link to my page. I would rather have duplicates than not get to read your poetry!
Click HERE for further information. And now for my poem of the week….
~for Lisa D.
In the morning chill
with rain falling
just outside the window
I think of you
huddled in your bed
covers drawn to your chin
your teeth chattering
your knees knocking
your feet freezing
and as you lie there
suffering and whimpering
I can hear you repeating
over and over again
in your head:
I wish I was in Florida
©2016 Lori Carlson. All Rights Reserved.
Happenings in the World of Poetry
Want to try your hand at getting some poetry and/or short fiction published? Check out some of these literary magazines here at LitLine or at Poets & Writers
And while you are over at Poets & Writers, check out their writing prompt section called The Time is Now
April will be here before you know it and Poetic Asides will be hosting their Poem A Day challenge. But you don’t have to wait until April to get prompts. Robert Lee Brewer posts a prompt every Wednesday. Yes, that means today! Go grab one!