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April poem published (1 Viewer)

RHPeat

Met3 Group Leader
Staff member
Senior Mentor
One of my poem written for the April Napo on WF was
recently published by Eber & Wein
in "Who's Who in American Poetry 2021/ Volume 1" pg 171

Placing the Plentiful Tree
I was invited to write to you.
I am privileged to meet you.
Where pear grow in bounty
rows are found in the valley.
When the stones tumble
whole mountains rumble.
Wo wa, wo wi. in Chinese;
He who opens expanse – sees.
Where hard wind blows—
rock is so bare it shows.
Even the snowball gathers
snow as it rolls on its path.
Where dust settles slow,
layers soon follow.
Cows graze fields of grass,
abundance fills each glass.
With every, buzzing bee;
the hive makes combs for honey.
submitted to​
Eber& Wein Publishing’s —​
Who’s who in American Poetry.​
Date: May 8, 2021​
 
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ritudimrinautiyal

Senior Member
One of my poem written for the April Napo on WF was
recently published by Eber & Wein
in "Who's Who in American Poetry 2021/ Volume 1" pg 171

Placing the Plentiful Tree
I was invited to write to you.
I am privileged to meet you.
Where pear grow in bounty
rows are found in the valley.
When the stones tumble
whole mountains rumble.
Wo wa, wo wi. in Chinese;
He who opens expanse – sees.
Where hard wind blows—
rock is so bare it shows.
Even the snowball gathers
snow as it rolls on its path.
Where dust settles slow,
layers soon follow.
Cows graze fields of grass,
abundance fills each glass.
With every, buzzing bee;
the hive makes combs for honey.
submitted to​
Eber& Wein Publishing’s —​
Who’s who in American Poetry.​
Date: May 8, 2021​
Congratulations Mentor. I read it in NaPo as well. Nice poem.
Keep writing.
Keep inspiring.

Ritu
 
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