Friday, February 02, 2007

2nd annual St. Brigid Bloggers (Silent Poetry)

(From Carrie's post)

What: A blogger's silent poetry reading
When: anytime February 2
Where: your blog
Why: to celebrate the Feast of Saint Brigid, a/k/a Groundhog Day.
How: select a poem you like- by a favorite poet or one of your own - to post February 2.

If you plan to publish, feel free to leave a comment and link on this post. Last year, Reya put out the call and there was more poetry in cyberspace than she could keep track of. So, link to whomever you hear about this from and a mighty web of poetry will be spun.

My contribution:

To Japanese Incense - Sara Teasdale

The wind that rings the temple bell
Is far away,
And far the brazen incense urns
Of ashes grey.
And far the carven temple gates
Of red and gold --
The dreamy temples where the gods
Have long been old.
The dragonflies and irises
Beside the stream,
Are far away in lands of dawn
And lands of dream.



Carrie K said...

Oh, that's beautiful.

And whoops! I must've left out the link - Roots Down is hosting it this year, run over and let her know you've posted a poem.

KnitNana said...

Lovely....Sara Teasdale! :)

Becky said...

I like that one. It's very dream-like.

deborah oak said...

thank you for participating. this is amazing me...the amount of beautiful poetry and great people.

Aven said...

Lovely. Thanks!

Paula said...

I found out to late about the silent poetry.
I did enjoy your poem and reading others this morning.
I also really like your tea reads site and LOVE the Mary Cassatt button.
(She is my most favorite artist!)

Orange Blossom Goddess (aka Heather) said...

How wonderfully lyrical!