PhoebeMD Poetry Blog Meet and GreetMeet & Greet

Promote Your Blog! [closed]

Dear Friends,

Happy June! This weekend, I again open up for another Meet & Greet event. Remember, this is your moment to shine! This was originally started on PhoebeMD as a dedicated time for you all to come together to share blogs and favorite posts, make new connections, and expand your blog audiences.

The guidelines, like always, are very simple…

– To Promote Your Post or Blog –

 Step 1Select a blog post that you would like to share with others.

◊ Step 2: Tell us a little bit about your post and copy and paste the link to it.

◊ Step 3 (very important): Show support to one another through visiting each other’s blogs and likingcommenting, and following. The more love you give to other bloggers, the more you will receive in return—this is a fact!

◊ Step 4: Bookmark this post and revisit as many times as you would like to explore new arrivals. We often get bloggers who join in later, so there are always new blogs to explore.

On these Meet & Greet days, I turn off comment moderation so as to allow you all to easily communicate with each other. So let’s spread some love and make this a great Meet & Greet weekend!



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  1. Hi everyone! I will be checking out your blogs one by one. My blog is about my life as a junior doctor. My latest post is a reflection on my (difficult) beginnings, perhaps some of you will be able to relate to it 🙂

    Thank you for reading and stay safe!


    • Well written.I am also doctor.Life is really challenging during intership and residency.kindly also go through my following post

      • Thank you, Christopher! That is very kind of you, I’m really happy you like my blog so far, I’m looking forward to interacting with you more in the future 🙂

  2. Hi Everyone! I hope you are having a good day. Thanks Phoebe for providing this platform.

    This piece of poetry will resonate with you if the ideology of “grass looks greener on the other side” ever echoed in your mind. If you ever felt that you needed to be on the other side of the world or adored the ease of something when looked upon from distant. It is a short read that will reflect on that tempting thought. I wrote this poem when I was at my terrace one evening observing the silhouette of other people with a curiosity of getting to know them.

    Enjoy Reading.

  3. Hello everyone, I’d like to share a post that means a lot to me given that it summarised most of the main things that are most important to me as a person.
    This was an activity I enjoyed carrying out with children and young people because it helps a lot of them to explore and express themselves no matter the age.

    Here’s a link to my post. Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate the opportunity to be part of this blog promotion. in a new tab)

    • Well written.I am also doctor.Life is really challenging during intership and residency.kindly also go through my following post

  4. Same so therapeutic for me and i do it for me and I hopes one person can relate or learn something from my life experiences, truth, honesty and vulnerability:)

  5. I have the initial diagnosis of cancer. I decided to document my fourth journey with the disease from getting the biopsy results and the more in-depth tests and second opinions during this challenging time for medical treatment.

    Yes, I did say fourth. I’ve had uterine, esophageal and breast cancer. I thought I would never have cancer again after taking tamoxifen but I was wrong. My pancreas has decided I need another challenge.

  6. First I want to thank Dr. Phoebe for this opportunity. My name is Claudia. I have a faith-based website called where I want to help others anyway I can through the written word, books, prayer, poetry and many other things. God spared my life from leukemia and I want to share the good news with others. This post is one my readers liked so I hope you all enjoy it. I am looking forward to meeting and greeting new writers/bloggers. As we all need to stick together like never before. Blessings and Peace.

  7. I’m a Physician Assistant who created a medical app for people to use and prepare for their next health care visit. Documenting one’s personal health history in advance of future visits can improve communication between a patient and the health care team.

    The post I wish to share with you draws attention to the possible long-term effects of a viral infection on the human body. Most individuals who contract COVID-19 recover from the virus. However, some individuals continue to experience symptoms after the acute infection is over. I have a personal history of infectious mononucleosis and share my experience with the severe infection, the chronic fatigue syndrome that came with it, and how COVID-19 could go on to develop similar symptoms. As COVID-19 is new, it has the potential to cause unknown long-term effects. My post is an additional reminder for those of us who have not had COVID-19, to continue to prevent exposure to the virus. Prevention is wise as it promotes longevity and quality of life. Thank you, Pheobe, for sharing your blog, wisdom, and heart.

  8. Hii Phoebe, Thank you for this opportunity for all of us to interact with fellow bloggers here
    I am Doctor with writes poetries and articles etc on many things, mainly motivation oriented and various things that come across my mind
    Here is my one poem which I wrote about waiting rooms in hospitals
    And one another poem on friendship with self
    My blog page is The Hidden Soul
    Looking forward to connect with you amazing people.

    And thank you, Phoebe for this opportunity once again 😊😊

  9. I posted yesterday and woke this morning to a world of encouragement! Thank you guys for all the likes and welcome aboard to my new followers. Again, biggest thank you to you, Phoebe.
    I recently wrote a pair of posts with a Japanese cultural theme. Here’s the first.

    Please tell me what you think

  10. Hello everyone! First, I want to thank Phoebe for hosting this wonderful event!

    I want to share one of my top posts and one of my favorite posts which talk about the things that bring me joy. Just thinking about it reduced my stress levels and made me happy. Here’s the link:

    My blog just turned 1 month a week ago and I am excited to meet new bloggers to follow and connect to. 😊

  11. Thanks Phoebe for this virtuous opportunity.
    I am a poet and an emotional one at that. Lots and lots of those emotions are always seen spiralling in my poems, that’s part of the uniqueness in my writings.
    The above link is a poem that speaks volume of folklores. Old folks love telling tales but these days there seem to be less and less of interesting tales. Please I’ll indulge you to go through my blog, like, comment and even reblog. Thanks y’all. Virtual hugs💝😊🤗

  12. I will share my Thailand 🇹🇭 Blog Post. This trip happened 3 months before I had a severe traumatic brain injury and I lost any short term memory and some long term memory, so I did this blog which took me a couple weeks to do to help me bring back memories through my calendar, notes, pics and talking to my husband and a friend. It helped me recreate the memories and bring it up which helped jog my memory:)

    • And great idea and thanks for doing this post Phoebe to connect us all and with others:) I write mostly about life, life experiences and how I have learned from everything I have gone through from bad decisions and choices, sobriety, having a brain injury, having a child who was born very ill and more:)