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Happy Poetry Friday! I’m having a summer play-day with this etheree poetry prompt given to us by the Poetry Princesses/Poetry Sisters. Laura Purdie Salas, one of the Poetry Sisters suggested using #poetrypals as a hashtag. I took a few … Continue reading
More thoughts for the lives lost in Pittsburgh.
Remembering my Dad who passed 2 years ago on Oct. 24th, xo
Welcome fall, and Poetry Friday. I’ve had Marilyn Singer’s book, Echo, Echo, REVERSO POEMS about GREEK MYTHS, out from the library for a long time. Finally ready to let it go and return it. The structure and ideas behind her … Continue reading
To Leap or Leaf © 2016 Michelle Kogan The last leaves of February, linger lightly on bare branch limbs. They’ve been whispering wise forecasts for their forthcoming spring kinfolk. W-w-wait for the w-w-warmth of sister sun, before opening baby buds. … Continue reading
bend and blow mighty honey locust, for soon your leaves will all scatter… © Michelle Kogan 2015
fall leaves full of love, and care for Carolina’s folks flooded pathways… © Michelle Kogan 2015
october burning building imaginations catching ideas © Michelle Kogan
Quick sketch of my Sundrops as their leaves change color, with a Micron pen and Dr. Martin Dyes.
fall came today in serrated and veined perfect saturated form © Michelle Kogan There’s something special about those first fall leaves anticipation calls while still holding on to summer, collecting these incredibly perfect pieces of art seems to help my transition…