Tag Archives: Gourds
Happy Poetry Friday! I’m sharing a definito poem this week, from the Poetry Sister’s September poem prompt. Thanks Heidi Mordhorst for creating this form! And thanks to all the Poetry Sister’s for the prompt: Laura, Tanita, Mary Lee, Liz, Kelly, … Continue reading
GOURDY GOURDS Golly– have you seen these gourds they’re gorgeous in a gourdy kinda way… Glumpy bumps creep through their curves, handles that bespeak of beaks– Golly– have you heard these gourds they’re gorgeous in a gourdy kinda way… Singing … Continue reading
I’m wrapped in the roundness of fall, and for Poetry Friday I’m sharing an autumnal tanka poem and ink and watercolor painting; also for inktober. I’m also sharing a fall poem by Carl Sandburg and one by Mary Oliver. SEEDS … Continue reading
From my Watercolor, Materials, and Techniques class that I was teaching this morning. A Student brought in some pens and presented the perfect opportunity for a demo . . .
inktober returns, inviting falls finery, foolery, and frights . . . © 2016 Michelle Kogan
Welcoming in Autumn…