Category Archives: Fibonacci Poems

Poetry Friday: Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge

Thanks to Violet at Violet Nesdoly | Poems for hosting Poetry Friday today. sun beams chasing the shadows walking in silence following frog’s evening song ©jone rush macculloch   Advertisements

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Poetry Friday: Fibonacci Friday

Thanks to Michelle at Today’s Little Ditty  for hosting Poetry Friday. On Sunday the skies were gloriously blue.  I did a happy dance as we’ve been blanketed with smoke.  Blue skies all week UNTIL yesterday afternoon.  I left school and was greeted with … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Bicycyles and Libraries

Thank you, Matt at Radio, Rhythm & Rhyme, for hosting Poetry Friday this week. Last week, the final poetry swap envelope arrived in my mailbox.  It was a joyful gift that I have in the library now. This year, each poetry swap … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Remembering Birthdays

Thank you, Linda at A Word Edgewise for hosting Poetry Friday this week. I learned of the passing of my former husband back in June.  Grief grabs you in ways that I can’t explain.  I wasn’t prepared for how this news would affect … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: A Poem from Tricia Stohr-Hunt

Thank you, Katie, at The Logonauts   for hosting Poetry Friday today. I’ve been traveling and came home to this magical poem from Tricia.  Can you identify all the book references?  Receiving poems during the summer is one of the best things about … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Summer

  Thanks to Heidi at Heidi at My Juicy Little Universe for hosting Poetry Friday. It’s here Summer vacation Mornings on the deck breathing, sipping tea, lingering Red-winged blackbird at the feeder Scent of star jasmine in the air Summer … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Two Eagles

Thanks to Mary Lee at A Year of Reading for hosting Poetry Friday, a place for poetry to shine. two bald eagles morning flight over the canyon sunlight glinted off the rapids I hiked the narrow, rocky path many tears but … Continue reading

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