Monthly Archives: April 2010
Poetry Stretch is “eggs” this week. In reading the Ralph Fletcher book, Ordinary Things: Poems from a Walk in Spring, I decided to create a “found line poem” no better place than a stream* myriad insects stirring inside hidden egg … Continue reading
I found another great poetry idea from my friend Mary Lee.
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 … Continue reading
Haiku Bones offers up the prompt “night rain”. night rain cleanses spirit removes surrounding pollen respite, quick , breathe deep It is amazing how a night of rain will clear out the allergies. night rain’s soft patter creates evening poems … Continue reading
champagne pink dogwood striped runways for spring insects tree frog croaks nearby
Aack! It’s been a week. Potential significant changes in my job for next year and late nights, posting the daily poems takes a back seat. Day 21 Spring, why are you difficult Spring, is it the wild growing season that … Continue reading
The Poetry Stretch this week is “shoes”. who needs shoes afternoon walk barefoot toes grab sand as tide ebbs crab scuttles ahead sideways sole exploration
Haiku Very Much provided the prompt: “debt”. federal return places money in the bank pays our state tax debt ++++++++++++++++++++++ groceries dropped off under the blanket of night long time debt repaid
little huntress waits hidden in shadows, ready to pounce scamper, mice, scamper Read Write Poem’s prompt for Day 18 is “cat”. I miss my sweet Mocha.
squirrel science begins with forgotten bulbs buried winter feast nectarine tulip renegade squirrel treasure unexpected joy