Category Archives: Original Poem

NaWriPoMo 19: Playing with Poetry 2/30

Mary Lee found these on Amazon. It sure was easier to buy the set for this month. Can’t wit to use with students. I pulled twelve paint chips and a prompt: I attempted including as much and as many of … Continue reading

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SOLSC19: 17/31: Candied Yams

It’s March and the Slice of Life Challenge. Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing space for writers. Tomorrow’s prompt for the Poetry Challenge this month is canned soup or any kind of canned food. My mom always made candied … Continue reading

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SOLSC19 8/31: Poetry Friday, International Women’s Day

It’s March and the Slice of Life Challenge. Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing space for writers. Welcome to Poetry Friday. There is a celebration of women happening at Reading to the Core, it’s International Women’s Day. Thanks, Catherine for hosting. See … Continue reading

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Poetry. Friday: Roiling, A Friday Fib

Thanks to Tara at Going to Walden for hosting all the Poetry Friday goodness. On Instagram this morning, Georgia Heard, said the word of the day was ROILING. I immediately thought of this moment last August in Yachats on the coast. … Continue reading

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Poemtober: Day 12

Thank you to Laura at Writing the World for Kids for hosting Poetry Friday this week. pumpkin blaze the old crone watches in the night ©jone rush macculloch

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Poetry Friday: Writing is the Hug

Thanks to Margaret at Reflections on the Teche for hosting Poetry Friday this week. All month long, poets have submitted to the DMC at Today’s Little Ditty.  This month Melissa Manlove asked for “a poem that explores how writing is like something else.” … Continue reading

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SOL17: Tanka Tuesday

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers who provide a space for this writing community each Tuesday. morning gathering the smell of sweet alyssum the unique faces she stops for a moment and forgets the world’s troubles ©2017, jone rush macculloch  

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