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National Poetry Month is thirteen days away. In addition to sending out postcards, I am providing poetry prompts with double L’s in the word (because my name has two ll’s). The words will be loosely related to nature. And my plan is to include words, A-Z.
Here’s a preliminary list:
Love your idea, Jone. It looks like it will be a very busy, and fun, month. We can huRRy through or loLL along haPPily!
What an out-of-the box idea! Should spark some interesting poems…
(And isn’t lolly gag a wonderful word!)
No X? I just checked my dictionary and you’re right! Love this post, I’m always excited for April, too! I just got my Roz Chast poster today for National Poetry Month.
What a fun idea for a poem! I think this might work for my reluctant poets!
-Amanda at http://teachingwanderlust.com/2015/03/18/food-drive-sol18/
Wow! What an interesting list. I am embarrassed to say that I don’t know what some of those words mean! Do you post these poems during the month of April? I would love to see what you do with some of them.