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Friday, October 2, 2009

Today's Poem!


I don't usually do this, send you to another blog.  Today is my first time.  I just read a poem that put me in a spin.  Please visit and experience it:

http://inthroughthebackdoor.blogspot.com/

Tell Erin how the poem made you feel.

35 comments:

pink dogwood said...

I couldn't find the poem you were referring to?

Carol @ TheWritersPorch said...

DUH?? I didn't see a poem!

Lori ann said...

I am having trouble too Rosaria. Perhaps if you copy the link exactly(the one that shows on the top bar)that will send us there. I'm curious now.

lakeviewer said...

O.k. I'll try. Sorry.

Brian Miller said...

that was awe-some...thank you for sending us that way today.

Hobo ........ ........ ........ said...

sharing is caring - They say.

Renee said...

Rosaria thank you so much for highlighting Erin. Erin writes so incredibly that sometimes if I could fall to my knees, I would.

Love Renee xoxo

Helen said...

All I can say right now is WOW! What an amazing poet. Thank you so much for leading us to Erin.

pink dogwood said...

Wow - thanks for sharing - that was amazing.

Monkey Man said...

That was awesome. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Sophia said...

I found the poem and love it. It is beautiful. Thanks for sending us along to read it.

Happy Friday...now, back to bed for me to recover.

Lori ann said...

There it is. I DO see what you mean.My God that was gorgeous. Thank you Rosaria for sending us there.
I wish I could write like that...

willow said...

That was more than a treat. It was an experience. Thank you!!

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

I loved it and I loved your comment just as much! Beautiful, thanks for sharing.

Gaston Studio said...

Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for taking us there.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

You're absolutely right. It's beautiful!

Susan said...

Yes. Yes. And then the reality of Blogger.
It wanted to hide the poem. But then it relented. Too late for it to take it back now. It touched us.
And we remember.
We do.

(poems are so influencial, I'll be talking like this all day)
Thanks!

The Things We Carried said...
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The Things We Carried said...

For all the time I have visited her, I never saw this blog! I usually read the other one. Glad you sent me. Erin has a way with words that leaves me wishing she would write on.

Woman in a Window said...

Rosario, I just came in from grocery shopping, my arms full of bags and I hit dashboard with a weary finger, and shrieked outloud! OUT.LOUD. I knew something or someone was afoot. Sure enough, there you were on my list explaining all. I want to read these beautiful comments before I put them through. Rosario, you just don't know. What you wrote earlier, that, that was so much for me. I was moved that you were moved and now I am simply overwhelmed. Thank you for the love. You've always stood by my words and I think of you so often. You soften my heart and sometimes you help it become a stronger muscle, as well.

much love and thanks,
erin

Elizabeth Bradley said...

I found the poem right away. I love Erin's writing. This poem is just another example of her gift. Thanks for sharing!

Snowbrush said...

From your comment on the site, I can well understand your appreciation. I enjoyed it too.

Lianne said...

Wow, thanks for finding this. What a beautiful poem. A fitting way to end my day in the bunker and start my delicious weekend.

potsoc said...

Thank you. Iam now a memeber of through the back door.

enchantedoak said...

Rosaria, I wish I were half the poet Erin is. She left me speechless. I can't say the kind of lovely feedback others do, but the reaction is viseral and awesome. You were a joy today, to lead me to such a joyous celebration of a great craft. Thank you.
Chris Alba

Eva Gallant said...

Erin definitely has a gift!

I_am_Tulsa said...

She has some fine poetry on her blog. Thank you for the link. I like your poetry too, and the post "behind the curtains" is something I have been worried about lately...(my mother-in-law and my mother live alone...)
Thank you for the food for my brain!

Phoenix said...

that was a heart touching poem.. thank you for the link!

jinksy said...

I've been beating my way to Erin's door for a long time. Nice to see you encouraging others along the same path...

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Thank you! It was simply beautiful! What a wonderful treat to read her fabulous poetry!

Maggie May said...

A lovely read. Very moving.
The poem was there to see very clear.
Thank you for pointing me there.

Ribbon said...

I liked that :)

thank you

x ribbon

ds said...

I went, I read, I commented. That is some poem/extended reverie. She is some writer. Thank you!

♥ Braja said...

As you wish, ma'am...
:)

Bernie said...

Thanks for sharing this delightful poet and her writings with me. I just read on and on.