“Follow the Yellow Brick Road”

Before the journey begins . . .

Today, I will be on a plane heading for Saudi Arabia. From there, my connection flight will take me to Amman, Jordan. First stop on “the yellow brick road”! I most certainly could live without Dorothy’s tornado effect but nevertheless, I feel like I am about to run into a whirlwind of exciting discoveries galore. The road ahead of me promises ‘yellow’, lots and lots of ‘yellow’ as in brightest sunshiny days; with wonders to meet one ‘brick’ at a time. Thanks to poetry. For poetry. Through poetry. For the next two months, I will be traveling extensively in the Middle East and The Balkans for various poetry events, with the high probability of tasting vino at its divine Western European source (I have heard that the Trevi Fountain has changed its primary hue . . . smiles, sneaky smiles . . .)

Once the jet-lag is over, I will be back for my usual blogging days. I hope you will stay tuned to walk with me one ‘yellow brick’ at a time on this road.

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6 responses to ““Follow the Yellow Brick Road”

  1. Jean-Jacques Fournier

    I echo Kathy’s comment, and in spirit I will be walking the yellow brick road of poetry with you, not to mention the substantial envy of your opportunity to experience the Middle East and the Balkans. What a wonderful choice and what a great adventure!

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  2. Enjoy the journey and embrace new adventures!
    Kathy

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