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Happy Poetry Friday! I’ve been participating in Laura Shovan’s 9th Annual February Poetry Project, where we write a poem a day during February. This year our poem prompt focus is the body. My Poem-Drawing here is from a prompt this … Continue reading
ANIMAL TRACKS Animals hunting for spring looking for forest tracks underneath snow, forest floors changing, waking forest hunting for animals looking for Spring! © 2018 Michelle Kogan My Poems for National Poetry Writing Month: Poem one– DEAR APRIL Poem … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday! I woke up today, an ordinary day, my catch up day as I don’t teach, but I have a grand new challenge coming up. I’m happy to share I’ll be one of the 64 authletes competing … Continue reading
Pencil sketch, © 2017 Michelle Kogan. Taken from a pic of my sister and I when we were packed into many, many, many layers! (p.s. I’m in the front.) Happy Poetry Friday! I have to admit the poems I’m sharing … Continue reading
I’m thankful for morning’s light filling my windows bird’s songs especially winter’s trees speaking throughout the seasons city critters view of their world friendships forever new and old home–holding love and family writing stories and poetry creating art that … Continue reading
Drear February’s slate gray day–Early morn light dismal, damp, and daunting. Refusing to meander on its way. ©2017 Michelle Kogan For more Poetry Friday poems visit: Jone at Check it Out for the Poetry Friday Roundup. Thanks for hosting Jone.
Happy Groundhog Day! groundhog’s freedom march! sign-up, speak-out, today, inalienable rights for all critters and human animals too! © 2017 Michelle Kogan
Susanna Leonard Hill is once again hosting her Annual halloweensie Writing Contest, it’s the 6th this year. For the story we had to include these three words: moon, ghost, and spider. Our stories also have to appeal to kids and … Continue reading
Flurries, ugh thought Trudy in the morning But paid no notion to this forewarning, Instead began humming Achoo, plants I’m coming Go away spring snow, outsides transforming! © 2016 Michelle Kogan
spreading tidings of reconciliation and peace throughout the land… © 2015 Michelle Kogan Cheers and Happy Holidays from Peace Bear!