The writing life of a musician turned writer
Hi, Yat-Yee. Thanks for hosting today!It's rainy in Baltimore, so I'm sharing Eve Merriam's poem "Weather" and a related writing prompt for kids.http://authoramok.blogspot.com
One for the recent election: Heirloom Diamonds
Hi Yat-Yee,I appreciate you hosting and especially leaving an early post to submit our posts. Mine is a Leonard Cohen poem, "A Limited Degree."
Thank you for hosting, Yat-Yee. Looks like lots of us are thinking about rain for some reason! I've posted an original poem about the original rainspout: a Parisian gargoyle. It's over at The Drift Record - http://julielarios.blogspot.com/
Good morning, Yat-Yee! Good morning, everyone!I have a poem about snow.
Good morning, and thanks for hosting today!Mine's here:http://www.acrossthepage.net/?p=339
Thanks for hosting! I'm in with an original, "When Does Winter End?" at my podcast site, A Cast of One.
Yat-Yee:Thanks for hosting today. I wrote an original poem based on a layout I did for a class I'm taking. It can be found at http://twowritingteachers.wordpress.com/2008/11/14/stories-in-hand-meets-poetry-friday/.Thanks for hosting today!
Thanks for hosting, Yat-Yee! I've got an original poem called Pantoum of a Canine Spaz.
Hi, Yat-Yee! Thank you for hosting. I'm in with an untitled Dickinson poem. Happy Friday.
I'm reviewing the William Carlos Williams picture book biography A River of Words.
I'm sharing "Oatmeal" by Galway Kinnell: http://jamarattigan.livejournal.com/201196.html.Thanks for hosting, Yat-Yee!! :)
Thanks for hosting. I have a poem by Shel Silverstein at http://ldkwritetime.blogspot.com
Thanks for hosting this week! I've been thinking about wood this morning (which is, I suppose, more interesting when you heat with it than when you don't), and I found a delightful poem about it: Wood, by Reginald Gibbons. I posted about it here.
Diane of The Write Sisters remembers the movie theater of her childhood.http://thewritesisters.blogspot.com Thanks!
Greetings!I've got a trio of poems by Christina Rossetti today. Thanks for hosting!http://excelsiorfile.blogspot.com/2008/11/poetry-friday-3-by-christina-rossetti.html
Here's a November poem by Hartley Coleridge, son of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.http://ahabitofreading.blogspot.comThanks for hosting!
I'm in today with a poem by William Carlos Williams.http://missrumphiuseffect.blogspot.com/2008/11/poetry-friday-uses-of-poetry.htmlThanks so much for having us at your place today!
Thanks for hosting!I've got my thoughts on a poetry event featuring Nikki Grimes, Joyce Sidman and others at http://laurasalas.livejournal.com/110218.html.And my weekly 15 Words or Less showcase at http://laurasalas.livejournal.com/109985.html
Oops, messed up my link. Here we go again. :-) Linked to Daily Dickinson today. Thanks for hosting!
Hi Yat-Yee. Hosting is a big job. Thank you. I have an original poem at Deowriter this week about change and fall: http://deowriter.wordpress.com/2008/11/14/sunday-scribblings-change/
Hi Yat-Yee, I'm glad I saw your site. I liked your list of book recommendations. This week, I have some autumn poems, plus a link to the Simpsons version of The Raven. http://www.threeleggeddragon.com/tabatha/poetryfriday.htmBest,Tabatha
Thank you for hosting. I'm in with a post about Bill Peet's rhyming picture book "Kermit the Hermit."http://chickenspaghetti.typepad.com/chicken_spaghetti/2008/11/poetry-friday-bill-peet.htmlSusanChicken Spaghetti
Mine is about Autumn and is accompanied by some photos. Thanks for hosting this week. :)*smiles*Kimhttp://pageafterpage-kim.blogspot.com/2008/11/autumn-poetry.html
Thank you for hosting, Yat-Yee!I've got Charles Simic's "Windy Evening": http://thehollyandtheivy.blogspot.com/08/11/blustery-day-to-blow-world-away.html
Hello!Here is our poem for the week: The Lost Pilot by James Tate. Stenhouse Publishers
Hi, Yat-Yee. Thanks for hosting!I'm in with If you were coming in the fall by Emily Dickinson. Here's the link info: http://kellyrfineman.livejournal.com/348752.html
Thanks for doing the roundup this week!At Wild Rose Reader, I have a review of the children's book THE SUN IN ME:POEMS ABOUT THE PLANET.http://wildrosereader.blogspot.com/2008/11/sun-in-me-poems-about-planet.htmlAt Blue Rose Girls, I have a Sherman Alexie poem entitled "Grief Calls Us to the Things of This World."http://bluerosegirls.blogspot.com/2008/11/heres-another-poem-by-sherman-alexie.html
Hello all!Learn about MTV's Poet Laureate John Ashbery in today's Audiobooker post:http://audiobooker.blogspot.com/2008/11/poetry-friday-mtvs-poet-laureate-john.html
Thanks you for hosting, Yat-Yee!My original poem is posted here. Enjoy the day!
Nice to meet you, and thanks for hosting today's round-up!I've quoted a portion of Charles Webster by Edgar Lee Masters at Bildungsroman.
Well, hello. I've got Okay, Brown Girl, Okay over at MotherReader.http://www.motherreader.com/2008/11/poetry-friday-okay.html
Kurious Kitty's library blog is in with a poem by Ron Padgett.http://kuriouskitty.blogspot.com
Hi, thanks for hosting. I am in with a few thoughts on birthday poetry, this being my birthday and all. Link here: http://greenridgechronicles.blogspot.com/2008/11/birthdays-and-poetry.html
Mine's up here!
So fun to see someone from Colorado hosting. I just posted a poem about dads. I didn't write it, but it sure feels like it was my dad the poet was talking about.Carolhttp://www.carolwscorner.blogspot.com
I'm late in posting, but I'm in with a special poem by Mary Elizabeth Frye:http://blogs.proteacher.net/discussions/forumdisplay.php?f=141
Thanks for hosting. My contribution is:A Chill in the Airby John Frankhttp://kiddosandbooks.blogspot.com/2008/11/book-chill-in-air.html
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