As you have probably guessed, Poetry Thursday’s new home has been in the works for several months. Dana and I posted the first two posts here as “Poetry Thursday,” so this is my first opportunity to post as “me” here in the new digs. This, combined with the fact that we wanted to keep the move a secret, means that this is also my first opportunity to do what I have been waiting to do for weeks, publicly thank Dana for all the work she has done in creating this incredible site. Her enthusiasm and web-savviness have made it the well-oiled machine that it is. Thanks my friend for all you have done. We are all lucky to be enjoying the results of your hard work.
This week’s (completely and totally optional) idea was all about changes. I have been singing that David Bowie song “Changes” all week; I just can’t get it out of me head. So while I have been stuck with these lines swirling in my brain, I hope you were inspired to explore this prompt.
Whatever you decided to share this week, go ahead and leave a comment here on this post so participants can visit you in your corner of the world.
If this is your first time visiting Poetry Thursday’s new site, check out this post to find out more about what you see in front of you. If you are completely new to the project, check out the sidebar to learn more about Poetry Thursday.
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Dana and I hope you have fun exploring the new site and checking out other participants’ posts today and every day; because around here, every day is a great day for poetry.