Poetry Friday: Poetry Makers

Thanks to Buffy at Buffy’s Blog for hosting all the poetry goodness in the blogoverse today.

Michelle H. Barnes has a great monthly challenge at Today’s Little Ditty.

Note to Poetry Makers

Poetry Makers, your time has come
bring
your
notebooks
pens
your
word
raindrops
fill
pages
Your time has come, Poetry Makers

© jone rush macculloch(2019 draft)

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14 Responses to Poetry Friday: Poetry Makers

  1. Michelle Heidenrich Barnes says:

    I especially love this advice poem given your relationship with those poetry makers. I’m glad to hear that you’ve been substitute teaching, Jone, and haven’t lost your special connection with young writers.

  2. Lovely, Jone. Brenda’s poem referencing raindrops and jewels and your raindrops of poetry are making me see the beauty in the abundance of rain we’ve had this spring.

  3. Kay Mcgriff says:

    What a lovely skinny! I love word raindrops fill pages. Here’s to the poetry makers!

  4. maryleehahn says:

    Hooray for the poetry makers one and all!

  5. cvarsalona says:

    Word raindrops fill pages-what a beautiful thought, Jone.

  6. haitiruth says:

    Hi, Jone! I love this poem, too! Ruth, thereisnosuchthingasagodforsakentown.blogspot.com

  7. Ramona says:

    What a delightful poem you’ve created – “Your time has come,” makes me want to answer your invitation.

  8. Lovely, inspiring skinny Jone, It keeps pouring out and recycling again, thanks!

  9. Linda Mitchell says:

    word raindrops! some splitter, some splat….some run down the page happily. Oh, your poem gets me thinking. Love it!

  10. carwilc says:

    I love word raindrops too! And also the idea of “poetry makers.” Perfect!

  11. your time has come, indeed! Yay for all the poetry makers, and for this poem! xo

  12. margaretsmn says:

    Love “word raindrops.”

  13. cweichel says:

    I agree with Buffy. Love imagining word raindrops filling the page.

  14. An inspiring note! Love the image of word raindrops.

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