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Hello, this is Frank Hubeny and it is Open Link Night.

On Open Link Night you may link any one poem of your choice in the Mister Linky below.   Since the Mister Linky is open for two days and nights maybe this should be Open Link Nights? Anyway you have two days to link up your poem.

If you haven’t done this before all you have to do is

  1. post a poem on your blog,
  2. copy the link to that particular blog post,
  3. click on the Mister Linky below which will open up a form, and
  4. paste that copied link into the form.

It is almost rocket science, but you can do it. 🙂  If you do have problems, let me know in the comments below. They should be easy to fix.

Don’t forget to read what the other poets have linked and come back to see what new links appear tomorrow. This is how we get to know each other.  Sometimes seeing what others have done gives us ideas and techniques for future poems of our own.

I’ll be tending the bar. Leave me a comment if you would like to chat. We can talk about anything on these cold autumn or spring fresh (depending upon where you live) November evenings.

And now for some November poems.

Here is The Emily Brontë poem “November 1837” set to music and sung by Janet Jones (there is silence for the first 33 seconds) from Jeana1001’s channel.

And here is Tom O’Bedlam reading Robert Frost’s “My November Guest: from SpokenVerse’s channel.