Sunday Solace: Week 38

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Poetry Friday: An Acrostic Challenge

Head on over to Laura Purdie Salas at her blog, Writing The World for Kids for all the poetry goodness today. Thanks, Laura.

At Today’s Little Ditty, Michelle has the Spotlight on Jane Whittingha, who‘s challenging readers and poets to an Acrostic poem this month. I’ve posted on on Michelle’s Padlet and decided to do this version of my name ( my middle and firs part of my last).

I think that Acrostics are deceiving. They look simple to write but not so much when you sit down to write one.

Reading is one of my happy places
Usually on the deck in summer, by the fire in winter
Sometimes I dance in the rain
Having my camera with me is essential

Mornings brings a new day
And new possibilities
Creator of art and poetry

© jone rush macculloch (2019, draft)

Enjoy this weekend. Next week is the day before International Peace Day, September 21. I hope to have a poem of peace to honor that day.

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Wordless Wednesday: Week 37

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Sunday Solace: Week 37

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Poetry Friday: Blue Oyster

Hop on over to Sylvia (and Janet) at Poetry for Children for all the Poetry Friday goodness. Thanks.

blue oyster

the path we travel


~jone rush macculloch

This was my submission to the Oregon State Fair. I was thrilled when I discovered it took second for the Altered Division.

Speaking of winners…LINDA MITCHELL, you won the pair of Be Kind earrings created by Robyn Hood Black. Please email me your address.

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Wordless Wednesday: Week 36

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Sunday Solace: Week 36

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