The Hieroglyph Moth by Pascale Petit was featured at Tuesday Poem last week.
Contributions from Tuesday poets linked in that blog’s sidebar include:
A reading of T.S. Eliot’s Hollow Men with images of World War I and a reading of another Eliot poem, The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock, by the poet.
Three Roses by Timothy Cahill.
Midnight Pantoum by Saradha Koirala.
The Gazelle by Rainer Maria Rilke.
My Minion by Alicia Ponder.
Love in the Suburbs by Peter Lach Newinsky.
And a visual poem: Cut by Orchid Tierney,
Rembrandt’s Late Self Portraits by Elizabeth Jennings was featured as last week’s Tuesday poem.
(Yes, I do mean last week, life got in the way of my good intention to post this earlier).
Among others linked in the sidebar were:
Yellow by Mary McCallum.
Clouds Caught on Fence Posts by Clarie Gaskin.
A Series of Titles for Books I Might Write by Saradha Koirala.
Excerpt from 15 Flower World Variations by Jerome Rothenberg was featured this week on the Tuesday Poem blog.
Some of the Tuesday poets linked in the sidebar responded to the earthquake:
Songs and Dances of Death by Catherine Fitchett
Storm Front by Helen Lowe
As the Earth Turns by Mary McCallum
Flutter by Brian Turner
Epicentre by Jennifer Compton
Kiwi Heros by Alicia Ponder
this fly – earthquake by Jeffrey Paparoa Holman
Christchurch to Greymouth by Renee Liang
Among some of the other Tuesday poets linked in the sidebar are:
Treasure by Saradha Koirala
Venice by Robyn Rowland
This Tuesday’s Poem is Reading Janet Frame by Harvey McQueen, which is part of a tribute to the poet who died on Christmas Day by Mary McCallum who also posted Harvey McQueen RIP on her own blog.
Other tributes from Tuesday poets include:
After the Disaster chosen by Helen Lowe
Tribute to Harvey McQueen by Helen Rickerby at Winged Ink
Harvey McQueen 1934-2010 – an appreciation by Jeffrey Paparoa Holman
Farewell to Harvey McQueen by Saradha Koirala
Tuesday poem to remember Harvey McQueen That Selfsame Song by Thomas Hardy, from Mariana Isara
This Tuesday’s poem is To Stuart by Alistair Te Ariki Campbell.
Other Tuesday poems linked in the sidebar include:
Mary McCallum’s Notorious Veins
Alicia Ponder’s This Way to Grandma’s
And Saradha Koirala plays Whisper Down the Lane – fun with synonyms.
This Tuesday’s poem is Truths by Helen Heath.
Alicia Ponder who selected it says:
On the surface it is straighforward, but underneath it has an elegance and grace that is quite breathtaking. I could wax lyrical, but that is hardly necessary as the poem speaks for itself. It stands alone, a beautiful truth, as rare as any jewel,. . .
It is. I’ve read it six times since coming across it on Tuesday and each time I find something more in it.
Among the links to other Tuesday poets in the sidebar are:
if it be your will by Leonard Cohen at Type What You See.
Beyond Silence by Saradha Koirala at Lalialand.
What You Take With You by Mary Mcallum.
Rural Delivery by Vivienne Plumb at Winged Ink.
The Pensioner by Harvey McQueen.