National Poetry Month: The “LL” Challenge: Quills PLUS an Announcement

IMG_1540Today’s word: QUILLS

Definition: the hollow central part of a feather and pens made from feathers

goose, swan
flying, plucking, cutting
shaft, calamus, reservoir, ink
writing, decorating, imaging
calligraphic, exquisite


Participate in either the comments or on you blog (send me the link) and get a chance to receive this:

poetry celebrations

Lots of Poetry Anthology for Celebrations goodness happening everywhere today:

Robyn Hood Black’s blog

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4 Responses to National Poetry Month: The “LL” Challenge: Quills PLUS an Announcement

  1. Catmere says:

    Wondrous words! Thank you.


  2. Carol says:

    Like Mary Lee, I love the change from feathers to quills. And I love all the interesting words in this poem. Should I admit I don’t know “calamus?” But I am going to look it up. I’m definitely going to get hold of celebrations, either by winning it, or buying it. As a coach in a dual language school, I’m totally thrilled that there are Spanish poems in it, because it’s so hard to find good stuff for my Spanish teachers.

  3. maryleehahn says:

    I like how the feathers changed to quills! (no need to enter me)

  4. Love those exquisite quills! Thanks for sharing, Jone.

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