Happy New Year earrhwealers, and welcome to our 51st open link weekend and first of 2021. Gotta get used to using that new number!
Share a favorite poem and stop by your fellow linkers and comment.
Open link lasts til midnight EST Sunday night when we make room for the first weekly challenge of the new year. Sherry steps in with one she has titled, “When Animals Speak.”
Happy solstice and merry Christmastide to all of you. Hoping you and your loved ones (including our good mother Earth) the best of the season.
And welcome to our 50th open link weekend. Link a favorite poem and visit your fellow linkers and comment.
The open link forum lasts until midnight Sunday EST, when our next weekly challenges rolls out, tentatively titled A FEAST OF EARTH FOOLS.
A long-eared owl near the village of Beyobası in Turkey. Getty Images
Welcome to earthweal’s open link weekend #49. Share a favorite poem and visit your fellow linkers and comment.
The open link bar will be open until midnight Sunday when the next weekly challenge rolls out.
A Tasmanian devil in mainland Australia. Tasmanian devils have been released into the wild on Australia’s mainland, 3,000 years after the feisty marsupials went extinct there, in what conservationists described as a ‘historic’ step. (Getty Images)
Welcome to earthweal open link weekend #40.
Share a poem and visit your fellow linkers and comment.
The open link window remains open until midnight Sunday EST.
An adult male jaguar rests after treatment for burn injuries on his paws after a fire in the Pantanal tropical wetlands region of Brazil. (Reuters)
Welcome to earthweal open link weekend #38. Share a favorite poem fresh or vintage and visit your fellow linkers and comment.
Open link runs til midnight Sunday when the next weekly challenge rolls out.