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Poetry Friday #4

Invictus

William Ernest Henley

Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the Pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be… 175 more words

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POETRY FRIDAY: A Fairy Tale Poem Featuring Rumpelstiltskin

By Elaine Magliaro

Over twenty years ago—while I was still teaching elementary school—I began working on a collection of humorous poems about familiar characters from fairy tales and folktales. 249 more words

Art

Early Chalkabration

Yesterday was our last day of school.  I decided what better way to celebrate and send off the year than to write chalk poems.  I only could round up three of my students (all boys).   255 more words

Writing

weekend feast: one bob dylan, one birthday, one meat ball (+ recipe)

“I think of myself as a poet first and a musician second. I live like a poet and I’ll die like a poet.” (Bob Dylan) 1,832 more words

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A Great Nephew and a Great Aunt-Guests Julie Rowan-Zoch and son, Aaron Zoch

Hello, Great Readers of our series! Just in case you haven’t visited before, let me tell you a little about A Great Nephew and A Great Aunt… 428 more words

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Poetry Friday: So Much of the World by Gregory Djanikian

Matt Forrest Esenwine hosts Poetry Friday  Radio, Rhythm & Rhyme today!

These are our in between days…in between the end of the school year and the beginning of summer, the start of the goodbyes and the end of the daily togetherness…we are in between. 120 more words

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Poetry Friday is here - with AWESOME news!

A town-wide brownout that fried my computer.

A family of four battling the worst cold we’ve had in years, simultaneously.

Parents in ill health.

Such are the tribulations I’ve been dealing with over the past two weeks, which is why my blogging has been at a minimum. 1,488 more words

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