Category Archives: Poetry

SOLSC17: 10/31, Poetry Friday: Winter, Please Depart

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every day in March.   Thank you to Michelle at Today’s Little Ditty for hosting Poetry Friday. I am working out an ode but it’s not ready.  I … Continue reading

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SOLSC17: 4/31, Writing a Proposal

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every Tuesday. Our district offers a professional development conference in August.  At the end of last week, I was asked if I had considered submitting … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: French Twist

Thanks to  Linda at TeacherDance for hosting Poetry Friday today. This is in response to Kenn Nesbitt’s challenge to write a poem about your mother at Today’s Little Ditty. French Twist Mom wore her hair in a French twist. A practical carefree … Continue reading

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Found Objects Poetry Challenge: Day 15

Laura Shovan is challenging all who want to participate in a daily writing challenge this month. It’s consists of found objects. Day 15 contributed by Heidi Mordhorst. Morning Mocha Chocolate moon craters lava steam Use the mug as a hand warmer before morning … Continue reading

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Sol 16: Found Object Poetry Challenge, Day 9

  It’s Tuesday and time to share our slices at Two Writing Teachers. This image was submitted by Mary Lee Hahn for Laura Shovan’s Found Objects Poetry Challenge.   And Michelle’s DMC is to write a “ditty’, suggested by David L. Harrison. … Continue reading

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SOL: Excited for This

It’s Tuesday and time to share a SOL with Two Writing Teachers. I can’t believe I missed last week. It just one of those weeks.  Happy to say, I turned in my evidence for my evaluation yesterday (we use an … Continue reading

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SOl14: NaPoWriMo Day 29: Late Spring

In response to a prompt at The Miss Rumphius Effect. The model for this poem was Marilyn Singer’s What Water Can Be (from How to Cross a Pond: poems about water) Late Spring Late spring deluge begins Rain, pelting Cloudburst … Continue reading

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