It’s hard watching people you love age…
Tagged With: haiku, Laura's poems, national poetry month 2018 (haiku a day)
This one is from me and all my writer and artist friends who put our hearts into our books…and for all of you who gives books to others (teachers and librarians, I’m looking at you!).
I’m trying to be more tolerant, because I know I complain about the heat all summer long:>) But this is my rebellion against all the whining about snow! Our Minneapolis paper had this big story about how sick people were of snow, but (online at least) all the photos were of kids having the best […]
Hello, and welcome! This is 15 Words or Less Poems, a low-pressure way to wake up your poetry brain (guidelines here), and I’m very glad you’re here. Here’s a photo from last summer: I like roller coasters, but not things like this. So I wrote poems while Randy and Maddie rode the Extreme Swing. This […]
Happy National Poetry Month, and Happy Easter if you celebrate Easter! I’m keeping things simple this year, because life is complicated (with moves, travel, work–mostly good stuff, just…complicated). In years past, I’ve done daily poems with unified visual elements, because I do love that. This year, though, I’m focusing just on words. The power of […]
Happy Poetry Friday! (Wondering what Poetry Friday is? Click here.) Did you see the poetry and other writing done by second graders here at Blog Tour Stop #7? If not, I hope you’ll hop over to comment. It was wonderful to hear kids sharing their families! Today, I’m sharing another calendar poem. I know–it’s been […]