Tag Archives: Poets
Poetry Friday Roundup is Here!
Happy Poetry Friday! I’m hosting the Poetry Friday Roundup today, drop your links off below with Mister Linky, and enjoy all the poetry ponderings around our small planet. Along with my poem and art, I found an interesting art/culture article … Continue reading
Progressive Poem 2022 is Here!
Happy Last Day of National Poetry Month and Last Day for The Progressive Poem 2022 Well, here we are… What an adventurous romp this years Progressive Poem has been. Many thanks to Irene Latham who began the Progressive Poem and … Continue reading
Poetry Friday–”UNFORGIVABLE FEBRUARY”
Happy Poetry Friday Well I think my winter blahs decided to visit me early, they usually visit sometime in mid to late February but decided to creep up on me earlier this year… Hence my poem this week, UNFORGIVABLE FEBRUARY. … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday!(typed with a slight sigh, from this last week…) What a week… This week for Poetry Friday there were two prompt suggestions. One came a while back from Tanita Davis one of the Poetry Sisters/Princesses. The prompt was … Continue reading
Poetry Friday–Celebrate Literacy Day with DICTIONARY FOR A BETTER WORLD
Happy Poetry Friday! International Literacy Day is coming up on Tuesday, September 8th. What better way to begin celebrating it than with a wonderful book… I offer you DICTIONARY FOR A BETTER WORLD POEMS, QUOTES, AND ANECDOTES FROM A TO … Continue reading
Poetry Friday–Celebrating Nikki Grimes!
Happy Poetry Friday! I’m happy to be part of the Poetry Friday celebration of awarding winning author, poet, and artist Nikki Grimes! I’ve read a handful of Nikki’s 75 + books and have many more waiting for me. What comes … Continue reading
#NaPoWriMo 2020 Day 1 -Feathered Friends
Happy National Poetry Writing Month #NaPoWriMo! Here’s a poem to lift your spirits, inspired by my early morning feathered friends! #Birds #Climateendangered #Poem MORNING WAKEUP CALL Cock a doodle doo rang out rooster’s rollicking call, Cherup, cherup, cherup, sang … Continue reading
#NaPoWriMo day 23 cherita and watercolor sketch
reluctant spring hyacinth’s late april petals finally appear robins tired of waiting she already built her nest © Michelle Kogan On my blog for National Poetry Writing Month I’ve been focusing on flora, fauna, and our environment. Here’s a … Continue reading
#NaPoWriMo Day 15-found poem
BIRDS’ PERSPECTIVE In a courtyard of Mexico, were wilson’s warblers– Yellow-bellied, black-capped hopping pathways, pausing to eat a bug. I wander in the courtyard paying attention to townsends and audubon warblers, knock-knock of a woodpecker overhead, robins, house finches, canyon … Continue reading
#NaPoWriMo day 1–Letter Poem & Watercolor
Dear April, I’ve waited so many seasons for your rebirth. Anticipating my towering topaz tulips, searching for my poeticus paper whites… Oh woe is me–Dear April garden where can you be? My crown jewel crocuses have barley opened, my daffodils … Continue reading