Category Archives: Progressive Poem

NaWriPoMo19: Playing with Poetry 6/30, I Always Carry

Keep up with The Progressive Poem. April1 Matt @Radio,Rhythm and Rhyme2 Kat @KathrynApel3 Kimberly @KimberlyHutmacherWrites4 Jone @DeoWriter5 Linda @TeacherDance6 Tara @Going to Walden7 Ruth @thereisnosuchthingasagodforsakentown8 Mary Lee @A Year of Reading9 Rebecca @Rebecca Herzog10 Janet F. @Live Your Poem11 Dani @Doing the Work that Matters12 Margaret @Reflections on the Teche13 Doraine @Dori Reads14 Christie … Continue reading

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NaWriPoMo19: Playing with Poetry 5/30: Self-Portrait

Thank you goes to Karen at Karen Edmisten* for hosting all the Poetry Friday goodness. I signed up at Two Sylvias Press for a daily prompt in April. The good news is the prompts are amazing. The bad news is they … Continue reading

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NaWriPoMo19: Playing with Poetry 4/30 The Progressive Poem

What a better way to play with poetry than to be a participant in Irene Latham’s Annual Progressive Poetry event. Our poem is for children. And Matt started us off by using some lines from music (and there is a … Continue reading

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Progressive Poem 2017

The Kidlitosphere Progressive Poem began in 2012 as a way to celebrate National Poetry Month (April) as a community of writers. This year we’ve focused on creating a kid-friendly poem filled with pirates, dragons, and high sea adventures. This poem … Continue reading

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2016 Kidlitosphere Progressive Poem

East Coasters,  I am so sorry.  It’s been quite the week returning from Spring Break.  Yikes! It was an honor to start last year’s poem.  And it’s quite fun to hop into the middle of things.  Love seeing this unfold. … Continue reading

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