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Greetings dVerse Poets and welcome to Open Link Night! This is Kim, Writing in North Norfolk, your host for the next couple of days.

It’s 1st November. Last weekend the clocks went back in the UK and we celebrate Bonfire Night on Monday. We now have dark mornings and night is drawing in by four o’clock.

I found a new November poem recently, which I’d like to share. It’s called November by Elizabeth Drew Stoddard: https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/november-1

I’d also like to share photograph I took in 2017 which, for me, encapsulates the bleakness and the beauty of November.


As most of you know, unless you’re a newcomer here, Open Link Night is when you choose any ONE poem of yours to share. There is no prompt and there are no specific instructions to follow. Enjoy your time here and pay your fellow pub-goers a visit as everyone makes the rounds of reading and sharing. Here is how you link your poem:

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