Thursday, October 20, 2011

Goodbye and au revoir. And quite soon, hello again.

Many thanks to those of you who posted poems in response to the end of September's prompt. Catherine, Keith, Martin, Glen, Jim, Anne - I'm sure you'll understand that organising the move from France to the UK has got in the way of me responding individually to you all as I usually do.

And thank you to everyone who has written a poem and posted it to AppleHouse over the last fours years and those of you who follow the blog and pop in to see what's happening every now and then. Yes, four years! AppleHouse began in December 2007 and I never anticipated that I'd still be here in 2011.

But I am and you are too. And once I get settled into our home in the UK I'll be back with more prompts and ideas and look forward to reading more of your poems.

See you next month.
L x

fall, yet new leaves
on the plane trees:
we pack to go home


Keith Wallis said...

No problem. Hope the move goes smoothly and you don't mind when the all blacks pulverise the French on Saturday.

Lynne said...

Thanks, Keith. Yes, 'pulverise' is the word : ) Revenge by proxy : )

Anonymous said...

All the very best for the move Lynne you will just be in time for the autumnal colours in Kent.
Eileen x

Martin Cordrey said...

Safely home

Jim said...

Good Luck,

Glenn Buttkus said...

Parting is such... but
of course you will rise
again, and we will be
poised the virtual world
awaiting our next contact.
Thanks for these years gone
past, and hope to reconnect
UK style soon.