Thursday, June 9, 2011

Be the poem

Blogger. Cyberspace. The Interverse. I have no idea what it is... but whatever it is it is causing me grief this morning.

My poem, Summer's Embrace, which I wrote on a prompt from a quote by David Carradine, has disappeared.

Sorry. We can't find that page.

Who the heck is 'we' and what have they done with my poem?

Harrumph!

And now, I must run -- my 'writing time' is over and the day awaits!

I have the early version I started with in Word, but opted to do my edits online as I eagerly explored the muses gift of words this morning/.

and now I must run!

But, before I go, here is the quote that inspired me:

If you can't be a poet, be the poem. David Carradine

7 comments:

Maureen said...

How frustrating! There is a reason to print out a copy (I learned the hard way).

Louise Gallagher said...

Oooh print out a copy! Never thought of that!!! :)

Thanks my friend.

nance marie said...

the first sentence of this post is like a poem.

Blogger.
Cyberspace.
The Interverse.
I have no idea what it is...
but
whatever it is
it is causing me grief this morning.

Anonymous said...

Blame it on the cyberspace gremlins!

Have you seen "Midnight in Paris"? I think you will enjoy it!
x BA

Ruth said...

So sorry to hear about your frustrations with Blogger. I understand. I just love the Carradine quote.

And I'm dying to see "Midnight in Paris"!

S. Etole said...

Your loss is our loss ...

and that is a great quote.

trisha said...

thats one of the scariest messages!

happy that you rediscovered the poem.