Eclectic Corner #11, Week 2, Momentarily – Poetry
I have decided to change the format for Eclectic Corner. I hope it is more inviting and streamlined.
Firstly there will be one Eclectic Corner event per month, which will have one theme, this month it is ‘Momentarily’.
There will however be 3 parts to each theme each week over the month.
- 1st Tuesday of each month, Week 1 = Photography
- 2nd Tuesday of each month, Week 2 = Poetry or written piece
- 3rd Tuesday of each month, Week 3 = Favourite related quote
All the above should be related somehow even be it loosely to the Theme of the Month.
Week 4 we will celebrate with my Tea Party blog hop, which will not be in theme to Eclectic Corner, just a Tea Party as usual but we will celebrate also some entries for the Eclectic Corner.
I am trialling opening up voting on the InLinkz page for this month and will see how it goes. Each person will get 3 votes, you can spread these if you wish over the categories each week or just use all 3 or just 1 in one week. At the end, the top 3 will be shown on the InLinkz at the end date.
At the Tea Party I will feature the top 3 with the highest scores irrelevant of which week it relates to. If you enter the challenge there is an agreement that you will allow me to use the photo and or written work to be featured, of course you retain your copyright.
There will be as usual the InLinkz, please make sure to blog hop and vote for your favourite entries. So you might need to pop back each week to see who has entered what.
The InLinkz will close on Friday 22nd May, to give me time to write up the Tea Party and celebrate!
You can find out more about Eclectic Corner on my page which gives a guide on how to enter: Eclectic Corner
I would like to thank Deb’s World for her heartfelt and beautiful entry for Eclectic Corner #10, you can see it here: Deb’s World
It is poetry of any format this week. I have concentrated on a Haiku.
Eyes’ spot the bubble
Joy courses through my being
Pop, it’s all over
© Justine Nagaur
Haiku = Haiku is one of the most important form of traditional Japanese poetry. Haiku is, today, a 17-syllable verse form consisting of three metrical units of 5, 7, and 5 syllables.
Please enjoy, take your time, you can enter each week repeatedly, or just wait for the next Tuesday, do all or just one, or none and be a bystander enjoying the entries.
If you wish to enter, please press the button below and enter your URL. Make sure to vote, or pop back when more entries are put in and say ‘hi’ to the others. Thank you for your time, Justine xx