Every Saturday (or Sunday) I celebrate with Ruth Ayres at Discover Play Build. and link with others who share their celebrations, too. Ruth has made it a wonderful weekend of sharing what we are grateful for in the past week. It's also April, Poetry Month, and I'm trying to write a poem when I can, probably not every day this month, but some days when it feels right. I might visit other challenges too, and share a favorite poetry book. I want to enjoy and celebrate poetry as much as possible.
The Progressive Poem created by Irene Latham is here today from Violet Nesdoly.
If you'd like to learn about the sijo, a traditional form of Korean poetry, go here to Kelly Fineman at Writing and Ruminating I was fascinated by her post, and also knew a book I had by Linda Sue Park, had forgotten it and re-read it tonight. The title is Tap Dancing on the Roof. Here's a first try, about this good week, with an exclamation point at the end.
My cup fills: family love, poems; sunshine and redbuds - April!
Days tick by, weekend snow; show-off April, filled palette.
Mad shopping! bacon, bread and milk; baskets fill, snow melts Monday.
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