Sunday, April 11, 2010

Bus Doors Open for Bus - Ness


So already a feast of poems, garnered from the very random and convoluted prompt, is ready for you to enjoy during your stay on this week's bus, with many more expected

Don't forget if you read this you're already on board, so you might as well join in. Instructions arehere...



18 comments:

evalinn said...

Very nice! :-)

Rachel Fox said...

Magnets and magic...that's a lovely section.
x

Niamh B said...

Thanks Evalinn and Rachel... :-)

Totalfeckineejit said...

I like your tribute to your friend,Love the lines ' magnets and magic and wires and string' which really is a beautiful description of the essence of friendship.

I stumbled off the bus like a wino on a late night home, but I got back on with triplets, here..

http://totalfeckineejit.blogspot.com/2010/04/look-out-its-niamhs-poetry-bus.html


Wish someone would tell me how to makew links clickyable? Anyone?

Poetikat said...

Heading out right now, but I'll be back to read and catch up with the others.

Here's mine:

http://hyggedigter.blogspot.com/2010/04/poetry-bus-niamhs-prime-directive.html

Niamh B said...

Thanks TFE - glad you made it back on - no idea how to make links clickyble I'm afraid, don't worry - have it all linked up on the main post now anyhoo.
Thanks Poetikat - you're all linked up now!

Titus said...

Whoo Hoo! Didn't think I was going to make it, but I'm here!

http://titusthedog.blogspot.com/2010/04/poetry-bus-its-mathematical-and-its-at.html

Niamh B said...

And we're most delighted to see you here Titus, welcome aboard!

Karen said...

Sorry I haven't been around to read and comment for a week or so. I've been running a little late!

Here's my ticket:

http://keepingsecrets-karen.blogspot.com/2010/04/nine-oclock-tuesday.html

Niamh B said...

That's great Karen, welcome on board

Argent said...

Really struggled with this one this week, but I'm on! Mine is here. Now, where did those aspirins go?

Poetikat said...

I really like that "edge of my world" opening, Niamh and the memory-trip we go on with you is sweet. "Chew a mound of limes and amew-sing" definitely piques my curiosity (being a cat person, for one thing).

Kat

Enchanted Oak said...

It was a curious prompt and got a curious reply out of me this week.
Here I be
Sorry I'm late.

Argent said...

Eej, I've mailed you a how to make clicky links instructo.

Niamh B said...

Hey Argent - glad you made it, despite the aspirins! - and better yet - post up those clicky instructs - so we can all do it?!
Thanks Kat - a cat person? I'd have never guessed!
Hiya Oak - curious - but interesting, right on time!

Argent said...

OK chaps, the clickable link instructions are here. Let me know if you have questions or it doesn't work for you.

SUSAN SONNEN said...

Argent, I couldn't get the clicky link to clinky links to click. :(

Here's my poem:

http://www.authorsden.com/visit/viewpoetry.asp?id=276267

Niamh B said...

Hi Susan, welcome aboard, you're all linked up now!