Sunday, 6 June 2010

Time you were getting to the bus stop!

Two aboard the bus already - the bug and Dominic. I cannot manage to link as I should so I am (hopefully) creating a list on my sidebar - if all goes well you should be able to find them all from there. We shall miss Eejit this week, but we will all be thinking about him - maybe he will post a late entry when he returns home (hint, hint).

Sunday Evening Update:
Numbers are up from 2 to 10, and there's still seat's left if you want to get on! If I've missed you off, my apologies - leave a message in the comments below and I'll add your link to the list.

Links to all the passengers' poems are listed in the sidebar on the right.

16 comments:

Titus said...

Hi Weaver, I've jumped on board and will hopefully by able to relax this evening with a Poetry Bus tour. Now off to prepare for the Party!

Gwei Mui said...

Hi Weaver I'm jumping on board now if that's ok here's my ticket to ride!
http://returninghomeinsilkenrobes.blogspot.com/2010/06/poetry-bus-driven-by-weaver-of-grass.html

Titus said...

Oops, sorry Weaver, just noticed you asked for a link. Here:

http://titusthedog.blogspot.com/2010/06/bus-takes-by-ways-with-weaver.html

Rachel Fox said...

And here's mine
http://crowd-pleasers.blogspot.com/2010/06/coo-coo.html
Linking is easy really..must be if I can do it.
x

Peter Goulding said...

Okay Weaver I'm up http://stammeringpoet.blogspot.com/
Many thanks for an easier task than last week!!

jinksy said...

A poetry bus?
Well, don't make a fuss!
When it gets to your stop
make sure that you hop
on board at the double,
for it's really no trouble
to puchase a ticket.
Then let nobody nick it
as they sit by your side
on this mystery ride
with the Weaver of Grass -
a Blogger with class!

crazyfieldmouse said...

Hi, I had the idea developing in my head all week but have been cleaning like mad all day and only just sat down to write it out, here is my link.
http://crazyfieldmouse.wordpress.com/2010/06/06/childhood-daisy-chains/
hoping for some lovely contributions this week.
much love
cfm

Heather said...

Just posted my offering Pat - sorry I can't do links yet either.

angryparsnip said...

Hello Weaver,
I am not a writer but I hope you will let me on the Bus with my Haiku.

I have sent links before but for some reason blog to blog don't work for me yet.

http://twosquaredogs.blogspot.com/

cheers, parsnip

NanU said...

My ticket is here!
http://sciencegirltraveler.blogspot.com/
Thank you for a very relaxing ride!

Jeanne Iris said...

Yoo hoo.... Ms. Weaver.... Don't forget Jeanne the Hun!

My post is up here:

http://www.revolutionaryrevelry.blogspot.com

Emerging Writer said...

I'm on board. Thanks for taking the wheel

http://emergingwriter.blogspot.com/2010/06/poem-for-poetry-bus.html

Enchanted Oak said...

Hello, everyone! It's Monday morning here in California, and I finally jumped on board. Been busy with my mother and family. But my Poetry Bus ticket is here

Poetikat said...

I'm so dreadfully late! (Haven't even started yet - still recovering from last week.) I will endeavour to get something up before the day's end. (Another cuppa might help.)

I loved your poem, but it was not what I was expecting at all! The flame read hair was a great touch, but the "rabbit pie" is indeed a crescendo!

Kat

Poetikat said...

Obviously, I meant "red", although I suppose "read" is possible too.

Karen said...

Hi, Weaver! Sorry I'm so late getting here, and I know Dominic may be posting for you, but here's my ticket. Late for the bus!

http://keepingsecrets-karen.blogspot.com/2010/06/prey.html