National Poetry Month 19/30: Sunday Redux, Utopia Bagels

This National Poetry Month(NPM), I am writing and sharing original poems about food, family and feasts. Sundays will be a day to reshare a poem from the past. A list of links to previous poems is HERE.

In the autumn of 2018, I visited my niece and her family in Queens, NY. The timing was perfect and I’m so glad to experience fall with them. One of the highlights was going to Utopia Bagels. The original post is HERE.

Utopia Bagels, Whitestone, Queens, NY

Saturday Bagels in Queens, NY

each hand rolled
fresh doughy pillows
kettle boiled
extracted
from Saturn’s sesame rings
found utopia

©jone rush macculloch

2020 Progressive Poem Update:

Sunday seems like a good day to peek in on how the 2020 Progressive Poem is unfolding.

Tabatha at The Opposite of Indifference  has today’s lines.

2020 Progressive Poem

1 Donna Smith at Mainely Write

2 Irene Latham at Live Your Poem

3 Jone MacCulloch, deowriter

Liz Steinglass 

Buffy Silverman

6 Kay McGriff at https://kaymcgriff.edublogs.org/

7 Catherine Flynn at Reading to the Core 

8 Tara Smith at Going to Walden

9 Carol Varsalona at Beyond Literacy Link

10 Matt Forrest Esenwine at Radio, Rhythm, and Rhyme

11 Janet Fagel, hosted at Reflections on the Teche

12 Linda Mitchell at A Word Edgewise

13 Kat Apel at Kat Whiskers

14 Margaret at Reflections on the Teche

15 Leigh Anne Eck at A Day in the Life

16 Linda Baie at Teacher Dance

17 Heidi Mordhorst at My Juicy Little Universe

18 Mary Lee Hahn at A Year of Reading

19 Tabatha at Opposite of Indifference

20 Rose Cappelli at Imagine the Possibilities 

21 Janice Scully at Salt City Verse

22 Julieanne Harmatz at To Read, To Write, To Be

23 Ruth, thereisnosuchthingasagodforsakentown.blogspot.com

24 Christie Wyman at Wondering and Wandering

25 Amy at The Poem Farm

26 Dani Burtsfield at Doing the Work That Matters

27 Robyn Hood Black at Life on the Deckle Edge

28 Jessica Big at TBD      

29 Fran Haley at lit bits and pieces

30 Michelle Kogan

Irene Latham who began this poem project back in 2012, has handed it over to Margaret Simon to organize.  I am so grateful to both Irene and Margaret for this wonderful April collaboration to kick of National Poetry Month.

Each day in April a different poet will add a line to this poem begun here today.  No one knows where it will go or how it will get there, but it always gets there beautifully!

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2 Responses to National Poetry Month 19/30: Sunday Redux, Utopia Bagels

  1. Kay Mcgriff says:

    Those bagels look scrumptious.

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