WRITER’S LINK: “Unforgettable”

Hello Islanders!

It’s Tuesday, November 6th, 12:01 AM on the U.S. east coast. It’s time for us to share that which we find unforgettable.

Here is the post to which you can submit, in the ‘comments’ section, your link to your piece now posted on your blog. Remember, post only the link to your work here — not the piece itself… and please make certain your link is accurate.

If you’re new, welcome ashore! The details of ‘How To Come Ashore’ are posted in the sidebar. If you’ve returned, a warm welcome back! Writers Island belongs to us all. Please feel free to let us all know what you want and need on the island to make it an enjoyable and nurturing experience. We all love to hear your suggestions — and each are considered.

Just what is it that you find so deeply imprinted in your heart, or soul — or so absolutely astounding, that you just can’t get it out of your mind… no matter how hard you try?

There is definitely a nip in this November night here on the beach, so everybody get comfortable, and snug in close to the bonfire. There is food and drink for all — the kind that nourishes your spirit. Now, please share with us your most profoundly indelible memory.

ASTOUND US — fellow islanders! 😉

NOTE: It is official, the Poetry Wave Project has now launched. For the details, please direct your attention to the top of the right sidebar.


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82 responses to “WRITER’S LINK: “Unforgettable”

  1. I had a difficult time trying to decide how to approach this one. It finally hit me tonight. Hope I edited all the typos out in time!


  2. Try hard as i could, i could not come with something more unforgettable as this…


  3. Yay! here’s my take on someone in my life who is unforgettable.

  4. As my muse keeps telling me, my Marriage is unforgettable–in more ways than one!

  5. patrick wohlmut

    Hi, all. New to the island. Shuffling my feet in the sand and blushing. Here’s my response:


  6. The mother of all storms here. Unforgettable…


  7. gingatao!

    What could be more inspirational than trying to create something truely unforgettable,

  8. rel

    Good morning,
    Sometimes it’s more than words.



  9. Good morning. I have more pictures of Paris along with a matching poem. Hope you enjoy “Heart of Gold”.


  10. i had to work this in as a combination with another mem for this week,,, loneliness …


  11. Ps

    This was a good prompt.Mine is a moment frozen in time–Unforgettable.

  12. no cool poems this week, just a bit of non-fiction.

    click away

  13. Hello to everyone….it’s my first time joining all of you islanders. Here’s my entry and I look forward to reading yours.


  14. I went with the first thing that came to mind…. more like ramblings …

  15. Whew! This was not the poem I had expected to write, and it turned out to be rather tiring to put these words down. I won’t say I hope you enjoy, but, well, here it is.

    Happy Tuesday hugs,

  16. Whew! This was not the poem I had expected to write, and it turned out to be rather tiring to put these words down. I won’t say I hope you enjoy, but, well, here it is.

    Happy Tuesday hugs,

    (P.S. I’m not sure whether I hit the Submit button a while ago when I was posting this comment. So if this gets posted twice, I’m sorry!)

  17. http://grevathi.blogsome.com/2007/11/06/unforgettable/

    Some memories that are part of me, have mixed almost into my DNA 🙂

  18. Rob, I put up a little reminder at PWB about this site. Hopefully some more poets will come ashore.

    Thanks for starting this site and nuturing the love of poetry in the blogosphere.

  19. beloved49

    I am afraid that I came upon this weeks prompt too late to write a poem. I have instead poster a poem I wrote will I was away.


    I am trying to do what others seem to be able to do. Hope it works


  20. Stream of consciousness piece for you lovely sunbaked Islanders. The Corona is on me today people!~


  21. ~c.

    This is my first contribution to the Writer’s Island. (Here’s hoping I can make a working link.)

    On How to Forget the Unfogettable

    Thank you.

  22. http://quietaboutalotofthings.blogspot.com/2007/11/ohbut-look-what-ive-got.html

    There’s mine.. I couldn’t get all mushy… After all..What’s Love Got to Do With It?

  23. Paris Parfait

    Hello everyone,

    I have spent much of the day at the periodontist and I’m trying to forget the pain! So I’m skipping this week, but will be by to read your offerings over the next day or two.

    Paris Parfait

  24. Kai

    aloha folks,
    Just a little memory that I cherish..


    Party like you mean it, Kai 🙂

  25. Here I am, an UNFORGETTABLE post! See ya on the Island!

  26. jadey73

    Unbelievable instant can be read on my blog at http://www.jadey73.blogspot.com

  27. Thanks again for the site and prompts – my post for the week:


  28. writersisland

    Tara –

    I hope your visit to the periodontist doesn’t become ‘unforgettable’… 😉

  29. I won’t have time until much later to read, but here is my offering:


  30. Great prompt this week!

    I didn’t get it up until pretty late in the day, but my contribution for this week is now posted.

    On Mystery and Wonder

  31. http://mayfairplace.blogspot.com/2007/11/thats-what-you-are.html

    My gooodness! I didn’t realize it was Tuesday evening already!! Late but earnest! Have a great week everyone. May you all experience one unforgettable moment this week.

  32. I really did have this prompt in mind when I started, but here’s where I came out:



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  35. http://danaesinclair.blogspot.com/2007/11/unforgettable.html

    late again, but hey, I’m supposed to be knee deep in my NaNo scribblings… nup, the call of a Hava chapter is too strong..

    Oh, and both blogs now back on line, thanks for your patience 🙂

  36. writersisland

    Hello Islanders –

    The spammers have discovered Writers Island, so I’ve tightened up the incoming security. Some of your comments are getting shuttled into the ‘spam collector’ — but I’m checking often and rescuing them… so if you submit a comment and it doesn’t show immediately, please know it’s not lost.

    Please make certain you have your email address on your ‘link comments’ and that it is correct, as well as the address of your link — or you can guarantee to end up in the ‘spaminator’. I’ve been manually correcting some of your link posts to get you through the firewall. I don’t mind, but it slows down your link appearing.

    That’s all, except to say that I have quietly launched the Poetry Wave Project.

    Till later… surf safe!

  37. Sorry to hear the spammers are targeting you. They came after my personal blog and I ignored them for about a month. But when they hit Poets Who Blog, it was just too much. I had to do what I didn’t want to and start moderating all comments. Its keeping me busy but the spammers at bay.

    Let me know when you have more news about your geurilla poetry project.

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