So my blogging friend Mary Lee wrote a one word poem on Day 25.
Intriqued and tired from the month of asthma, allergies and work related things I have one to share as well today. This is the prompt at One Single Impression. It is a perfect word to describe what I have felt is happening in my school district over school libraries.
A poet and an article for you about “one-word poems”:
David R. Slavitt
Poetic Asides’ prompt for Day 27 was to choose between a hopeful poem or a hopeless poem. This is what I came up with on the way home from last nights school board meeting:
students, board members, teachers, parents
social studies and libraries
both asking “what’s best for kids?”
my drive home
golden glow twilight
cloud puffs drift
blue heron flies over
late night email