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Loving, sweet, cunning and special And she loves us too!
I love them so much, I do And they make me laugh. She is awesome all day long. I love my fish so They all help me go to sleep All night, so quiet.
I love my mom so I kiss her so much And I get ice cream. The ice cream was good Didn't go to school next day Then I went to school. My mom says to keep my room Thank you so much, young writers, for joining us today on this first day of the April.
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Plus, she will treat us again to a daily poem all month at her poetry blog. At Deo WriterJone MacCulloch is again writing a fresh poem each day, just as she has done for the past four years.
Brimful Curiosities introduces a "Kids' Poetry Challenge" where families read poems together and children are invited to draw pictures based on their thoughts and inspirations from the poems. Susan Taylor Brown offers an original poem-a-day for for the whole month once more.
And while last year's poems centered on her relationship with the father she never knew, this year's poem-inspiration will grow from Susan's artistic play and learning all through March. Laura will bring us Maryland poets and school-friendly writing prompts all month over at Author Amok.
Today's poem is "X-Men" by Dennis Kirchbaum along with his upper grade prompt about superheroes and memory.
The month begins with, "Sutra" by Marilyn Krysl. Laura's invitation to write a 15 Words or Less poem sparks us with a photograph of raindrops.
Once again, Elaine has generously herded up and now offers her list of National Poetry Month Resources forand you can learn about her NaPoMo poetry book giveaways here. Merwin, ushers in April over at Pentimento.
Two haiku written by seventeenth-century Japanese woman poets grace Robin Hood Black 's blog today. At FomagramsDavid Elzey is in with his annual launch of twitku daily tweeted poems and what he calls Burma Shave poems. You can follow these on Twitter at delzey.
For the fourth year running, Andromeda Jazmon will post an original haiku and photo each day at a wrung sponge.
This year, she is extending the challenge into a daily haibun. As a part of today's haibun, Andromeda shares a inspiring student project called "Paper Cranes for Japan.What if this was your Last day on earth? If this was your last day on earth Would you waste or make it worth Live like it's your death or your birth.
Today is not my day. This poem couldn't be more true. Good job. on Aug 22 AM x edit. grandmakay39 - Strong, thoughtful words. Some days are like that and love as friendship is based on care as if taking care of a delicate plant. Some days we need more than others.
I appreciated your work. I’m happy to say that today is the day. I’m super excited. I’m shouting, “Hooray!” I woke up delighted and ready to go. My mind is abuzz and my /5().
Yes, today is the day, Today is my day, I’m going to be me today.
I’m off and away to starting my day. With sparrows are chirping, the sun is smiling, I know it’ll be a great day. With a cap on my head, pair of DC on my feet, I start roaming down the street. I’m all on my own and know what.
New Day Quotes. Quotes tagged as "new-day" (showing of ) “Today is a new day. Don't let your history interfere with your destiny! Let today be the day you stop being a victim of your circumstances and start taking action towards the life you want.
. THE DAY MY FATHER DIED The day my father died I could not cry; My mother cried, Not I. His face on the pillow In the dim light Wrote mourning to me, Black and white. We saw him struggle, Stiffen, relax; The face fell empty, Dead as wax. I’d read of death But never seen. My father’s face, I .