Miriam & Robbie Visit the Bar – SoCS

Dan Antion from the superb blog, No Facilities, hosted Miriam Hurdle and I at his local virtual bar to discuss poetry and the new WordCrafter Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships anthology. If you haven’t visited Dan’s blog before, you are missing out. He has a terrific blog and shares all sorts of interesting conversations and photographs as well as hosting the Thursday Doors weekly challenge.

No Facilities

Today is a poetry day
I should open with a poem
But I got zip

Still, bonus points are on the line
Stream of Consciousness Saturday
Nothin' zero

Robbie and Miriam have poems
Not here - in the anthology
Me? Nada - zilch!

Because today’s post required more planning than Linda allows, I was going to skip the SoCS part. But then she offered bonus points.

“Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is ‘zip, zero, zilch.’ Use one, use ’em all, bonus points if you use all three. Have fun!”

If you follow my blog, you know I like poetry and I appreciate the work of poets. I have always had an interest in poetry, but only through the friends I’ve made blogging have I gotten to know poets. I have said it numerous times, but poets are the true artists in the writing world. The make…

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32 thoughts on “Miriam & Robbie Visit the Bar – SoCS

  1. Robbie & Mariam, I read it and loved the poetry talking exchange. What a great post, and of all things, in a bar. Why not, it’s a gathering place for friends, like a pub. And Dan’s Bar posts are fun to read. 📚 Christine

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    1. HI John, most poets write about things that move them. That could be a beautiful flower or scene from nature, or Flanders Fields or global warming. I think the content of poems will depend a lot on the life and experiences of the poet.

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