SOLSC18 8/31: Poetry Friday

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Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing

every day in March.

Thanks to Michelle at Today’s Little Ditty for hosting Poetry Friday.

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A student gifted me with the daffodil earlier this week.

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13 Responses to SOLSC18 8/31: Poetry Friday

  1. Lovely daffodil and poem Jone, mine are just emerging from the ground, but I’m glad to see the green, thanks!

  2. maryleehahn says:

    Thank goodness for spring! May she always remember…

  3. Donna Smith says:

    PUH-LEESE do NOT tell me you have daffodils yet!!!! 18 inches of heavy, wet snow means that of course we are not going to be seeing those cheery faces soon. However, the snow does mean, when it melts, that the moisture is going to give us some beautiful spring flowers …and mosquitoes and black flies…but I digress…

  4. karpenglish says:

    I love your poem, and the photographs, and the idea that there is a day in your week that is dedicated to writing poetry!

  5. The poem hit some bright notes with me and cheerful and sunny as the flower itself.

  6. cvarsalona says:

    Your poem reminds me that winter is expecting spring to follow and I need to get to work on designing the winter gallery. What a crazy, busy week it has been.

  7. So sweet to be given a flower. Just snow here so far.

  8. How lovely… the poem AND the student. And the coming of spring, of course, too! 🙂

  9. jama says:

    Our daffodils have just sprung up. Lovely poem and photo, Jone.

  10. glenda funk says:

    Lovely daffodil and poem. It captures the shape of the flower.

  11. Alice Nine says:

    Ah… I think it’s precious when a student gives a teacher a flower. I like the simplicity of your poem, so suited to daffodils.

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