Quick post while traveling
Hey everyone, I don’t really have time to put up a poem for this week, mostly because my poetry books are not in the hotel room with me. I still wanted to put up a quick update. I’ve been driving all day today and most of yesterday making my way through the states up to New York. The biggest thing of note was just how green everything really is compared to Texas lately. Just endless monotonous roads sided with tall green trees.
I may try and have a poem of the week up on Thursday, but for now I’ll just write out a quick Haiku in one draft:
Driving all day can
fray the nerves. But only if
you don’t have music.
Hope everyone’s week has started well,
P.S. I’m planning to check out Walt Whitman‘s birthplace at some point this week. In honor of that, I’ll have a post concerned with him in the coming weeks.
- 15 Words or Less and Poem-a-Day: #26 (laurasalas.wordpress.com)
- Chalk movement brings haiku to the streets of N.J. (nj.com)
- Couplets: a multi-author poetry blog tour – Marty Smith (tasmith1122.wordpress.com)
- John Lundberg: Three Poems for Memorial Day (huffingtonpost.com)