Sunday morning chill and a nod to Gregg…
Thanks for being part of the soundtrack of my life ❤
An invitation from Jennifer Calvert of Ink and Quill, to share a link to some of your poetry favourites – your own or pieces that have spoken to you. This is a great opportunity to discover new inspiration and reacquaint with old.
Share a link here of your favourite poem/s, which you have written or a poem written by a fellow poet. Or both!
A poem/s which may have moved you, or are close to your heart. A poem, you thought about, long after you finished reading it.
I will repost all links.
As you are probably aware. I love poetry. So I can’t wait to read and share your links.
Please feel free to reblog this post!
I want to support my fellow bloggers, by sharing their work.
A small way of saying I appreciate you.
Last year at this time I wrote ‘It’s not called “Eclectic” for nuthin’!’ and that stands this year.
While I’m talking blogging and such; you can find my design and handmade posts over on Pointe Shoes Punk Rock And Purl, my more explicit writing on Eclectic Unconfined and I have a few books for sale on Smashwords and Amazon (iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Etc.). Feel free to check ’em out.
My Facebook poetry page is: Everybody Has A Story and you can find me on Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, Goodreads and all the usual hangouts. The green buttons just to the right there –> are where I’m at. Feel free to join me there.
Thank you to all of you who read here. It truly does mean a lot to me. I wish for all of you a 2016 that is filled with peace, love, health and joy. Cheers!
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 20,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 7 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Yule and Christmas wouldn’t be complete without certain carols and hymns. Like a lot of us, I have favourites that must be sung by the voices that I remember from childhood.
Here are a few more that are the favourites I’m listening to get me into the celebratory spirit. I’ll bet you’ll love them too!
From Canadian Songstress, Heather Dale, the ‘Huron Carol’. This is Canada’s oldest carol and Heather’s interpretation in Wendat (Huron), French and English, mirrors the bedrock our country was built on. It’s gorgeous!
From the pre-Christian celebration of Yule, ‘The Holly and The Ivy’. This version is by the incomparable Annie Lennox.
This is my all time favourite Christmas carol and it’s been helping people celebrate since the 17th century. This version by Blackmore’s Night is wonderful. Sting does a nice one too.
If I want to be four years old again this is the song. I learned this in junior kindergarten and so did my two bébés, who both attended a French school. Il Est Né, sung by The Chieftains and featuring Kate and Anna McGarrigle – a perfect pairing of Canadian and Irish music.
Last not least, this fabulous version of ‘The Little Drummer Boy’ by Pentatonix. I love this so much, I can actually sing along with my bizarre soprana-contralta voice!
Hope you are all slowing, stopping, feeling completely and totally in the moment… this is the time and it wants all of us in it. Love, laugh, celebrate – completely.
22 December 2015
So… I was away from the screen this weekend and y’all have been VERY busy! I can’t even begin to try to catch up with reading everything. Please consider this a like of appreciation for all I missed. I’ll get to the emails for sure but am starting fresh today with all your posts.
Cheers All! ~ k
A perfect day, just you and me
Like when we were K-Town royalty
There’s nothing like a day with your Best Friend
Free of kids, boys, responsibilities
Just sunshine, cider, bicycles
The same paths from skipping Biology
Morphing back with every step
We’re still Kateri and Desirée
Laughing at everything
Especially YOU boys
Finding the old magic places
Stopping to pop open a cider
And toast in the old hollow
To dreams achieved, butts that are wider
We made it Girl, from teenage angst
All those crazy dreams and schemes
And we still rule these streets
Thumbing our noses at authority
“What they gonna do?”
We’re two cute, feisty old ladies
On a sweet summer Saturday
We are still K-Town’s royalty
20 July 2015