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