POETIC BLOOMINGS

POETIC BLOOMINGS is a Phoenix Rising Poetry Guild site established in May 2011 to nurture and inspire the creative spirit.

THE HOLIDAYS APPROACHETH!

Whether it’s Christmas, or Chanukah, or Kwanzaa, we are in the mind of celebrating the holiday that is dear to us. That includes family, food (and some drink) and gifts. We as poets love a good book. So it is time to present an opportunity to hawk your tomes and collections if you so wish. We agree hey make great gifts.

So, if you have a book to sell (of even swap, if you so choose) present your case in a comment and we’ll try to bring that together. Share a link to your page, or where the book can be had, and you will share your worded wonder with others. ‘Tis the season to be reading’! Ho! Ho! Ho! to borrow a line from a friend of mine!

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7 thoughts on “THE HOLIDAYS APPROACHETH!

  1. Darlene Franklin on said:

    A short Christian Christmas novella: Ruby Nelson trades her job in the laboratory for teaching in a small girls’ school in Vermont. Twin sisters challenge her position—and their father captivates her imagination. Will the orchard grower graft Ruby onto his heart? Only $0.99 at http://www.amazon.com/APPLE-CHRISTMAS-Christmas-Traditions-Book-ebook/dp/B00O2BJ6BM/

    Thanks for the opportunity to share, Walt!

  2. Walt – I am enjoying your book “Dead Poet…Once Removed”, before I wrap it with the pretty paper and place it beneath the tree.
    A book of poems makes a nice gift – for the giver as well as the giftee!

  3. If roosters don’t crow, it is still morning: haiku and other poems by Salvatore Buttaci

    http://www.amazon.com/roosters-dont-crow-still-morning/dp/8182532698/ref=sr_1_8?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1417713280&sr=1-8&keywords=Buttaci

    haiku has emerged as one of the most popular poetic forms of the 20th & 21st centuries. The form, with its brevity and pinpoint illumination of the spiritual, appeals to a contemporary audience that yearns for meaning in a chaotic and rushed world. In some ways, haiku dovetails with some aspects of Post-Modernism, in its capacity to reveal telling moments and express spiritual loneliness.

  4. flashpoetguy on said:

    If roosters don’t crow, it is still morning: haiku and other poems
    by Salvatore Buttaci

    Haiku has emerged as one of the most popular poetic forms of the 20th & 21st centuries. The form, with its brevity and pinpoint illumination of the spiritual, appeals to a contemporary audience that yearns for meaning in a chaotic and rushed world. In some ways, haiku dovetails with some aspects of Post-Modernism, in its capacity to reveal telling moments and express spiritual loneliness.

    http://www.amazon.com/roosters-dont-crow-still-morning/dp/8182532698/ref=sr_1_8?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1417713280&sr=1-8&keywords=Buttaci

  5. The second collection of poems in my DEAD POET series, “DEAD POET… Still Not Quiet Yet!” has just been listed on Amazon.com. Both books are available if you follow this link:

    http://wojisme.wordpress.com/2014/12/04/announcement-dead-poet-still-not-quiet-yet-soon-available-at-amazon-com/

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