The Map (you give me) by Stephen Bett is the feature poem at Tuesday poem.
Other poems linked in the side bar include:
Lovliest of Trees by A.E. Housman
Irina by Andrew Bell
Too Many Daves by Dr Seuss (with a discussion on poetic depth).
Man with Children by Ross Donlon
The Evening is Loud with Life by Claire Gaskin
A Poem: the movie by Mary MacCallum
The Poet and I at Lalialand
Canadian poet Lorna Crozier’s Poem for a Hard Time is this week’s Tuesday Poem.
Among the poems linked in the side bar are:
She Who Is Like The Moon by James K Baxter
In/Let by Jo Thorpe
Big Stupid Grin by Andrew Bell
Ode to Things by Pablo Neruda
Gypsy Girl by Alicia Ponder
Knowing by Helen Lowe
Old People Love by Susan Landry
Roses by Sue Wootton
Bus Stop by Harvey Malloy
Poets by Janet Frame is this Tuesday’s Poem.
Among other Tuesday poems linked in the side bar are:
Taupiri by Robert Sullivan.
Bipolar Opposites Detract by Andrew Bell.
The Way Through The Woods by Rudyard Kipling.
Dating by Mary McCallum.
The Weather Cock Points South by Amy Lowell.
This Tuesday’s poem is The H0mely Ghost by Marjory Nicholls.
Among other Tuesday poems linked in the sidebar are:
The geometry of water by Susan Landry
My Father by Andrew Bell which includes these lines:
At all the painful pinnacles of growing
my father was there like a crampon you know will not fail you. . .
That is a stunning simile and a wonderful tribute.