A few poems published…

Today I have three poems, Silent Thoughts in an Empty Churchyard, Agoraphobia and Quiet, up over at Nine Muses Poetry.  Thanks to Annest Gwilym for including them 🙂

You can read them here.  If you do, I would love to hear what you think to them.

And, while you’re there, why not check out the other talented poets who’ve had pieces published by Nine Muses Poetry or consider submitting something yourself.  It really is a lovely publication.

Hope you’re having a great weekend 🙂

24 thoughts on “A few poems published…

  1. CONGRATULATIONS!!! Sammi, I read all 3 and truly enjoyed them! I love how raw and transparent Agoraphobia is, and the one titled “Quiet” spoke the cry of my soul cause I too hate all this noise of the world and I find myself constantly crying out the words in your poem! Really well done Sammi! Much Love, Deborah 😀 ❤

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  2. Namaste Sammi 🙂

    Congrats on the publication, all thoroughly enjoyed thank you: ‘Silent Thoughts in an Empty Churchyard’ my choice of the three…one wonders what might be read on our own headstone by someone in the future sat sipping tea. Should my headstone be blank of all else except dates of birth and death then I would hope someone imagines for me an amazing life of swashbuckling adventure 🙂

    Hoping all is well, have a happy week.

    Namaste 🙂

    DN

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    • Hey Dewin 🙂 Thanks so much for reading them. I’m glad you enjoyed them.

      Wondering what might be written on our own headstones is an interesting thought…Not that I have a particularly macabre interest in my own headstone, I’ve already picked a few lines I hope will grace it. “Give me space to dream / And I will conjure wonders”. The lines came from a tanka I wrote in response to a poetry prompt a while back. Hopefully the words might inspire whoever took the time to read them…

      Who could imagine anything but a swashbuckling adventure for you…one full of wizards, fairies, familiars, evil sorceresses and plenty of feathers and treasure…the setting…perhaps a pirate ship floating in the sky 🙂

      Brightest Blessings 🙂

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      • Namaste Sammi 🙂

        I think the opportunity to pen our own headstone is a delicious thought: perhaps I should invest in a headstone now whilst I still have chance (and the faculties) to dream up something 🙂

        Your choice of words is inspired and inspiring to read: perfect for a lifetime spent telling tales and spell-casting with ink 🙂 Great lines: there’s something very grand and reassured about them.

        What an imagination you must have to suggest at swashbuckling ways lol 🙂 And yet you’d be quite right on all counts: the underworld plays havoc with my reality. The floating pirate ship is an awesome idea, which puts me in mind of a favourite read: The Daedalus Incident (Unabridged) by Michael J. Martinez. It’s a superb story to listen to on audio-book.

        Hoping all is well and your weekend fulfilling every expectation.

        Have a great week. Namaste 🙂

        DN

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      • Should you get chance to read it or listen to it, I hope you’ll find it as much a pleasure as I do.

        Enjoy your long weekend away. Sunshine is all booked for Saturday. Have a wonderful time wherever it is you are going.

        Take care. Namaste 🙂

        DN

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      • Well if it is any consolation I think rain is forecast Friday. I know how you enjoy the cooler seasons but have no fear they will be here in a couple of months time 🙂

        I see you’ve set Saturday’s challenge early as suggested last week. ‘Telepathy’: an interesting word: powerfully stirring. I imagine many will submit masterpieces.

        Thanks for best wishes. Have fun! 😉

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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