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I’m closing the last day of National Poetry Month with a poem written from a prompt by Ibtisam Barakat, featured today on Renée LaTulippe’s blog No Water River. MY WINGS My wings are made of paint and petals sprinkled softly … Continue reading
transfixed by indoor tulips, sparrow waits patiently… © 2018 Michelle Kogan On my blog for National Poetry Writing Month I’ve been focusing on flora, fauna, and our environment. Here’s a list of the poems I’ve posted so far: Poem one– … Continue reading
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
Sharing a WIP watercolor along with my golden shovel poem, FREE–AN ECHO TO LANGSTON HUGHES. The poem reflects on this past weeks hurricanes and again our times. I feel everyone ought to be able to dream, although this simple act is … Continue reading
As the summer seems to be slipping away, I’m sharing poems of seagulls, beaches, and water for Poetry Friday. I finally spent a few hours at the lake this week intending on sketching, but visited with my friend more. A … Continue reading
Growing Beauty on a cold spring day, go and seek out beauty, in the dark rich soil sprouting, crinkling, reaching, honesty in action. © 2017 Michelle Kogan
‘Twas in contrary February you swept away my heart. I swooned for you and you for me, forever we’re true! © 2017 Michelle Kogan
Indian Boundary Summer Pond
inspired by my backyard woodpecker. . .