Poetry Friday Re-Cap

I must have a need to organize and write.  Here’s a re-cap of the wonderful poems submitted yesterday for Poetry Friday.

Feeling like a poem to welcome in the new year?

Blue Rose Girls has one by Naomi Shihab Nye.

The Book Mine Set shares a John Dryden.

Kelly Fineman is in with Auld Lang Syne.

Tad Mack shares a poem for the new year at Finding Wonderland.

Tricia at Miss Rumphius Effect is reminded of William Blake’s “Auguries of Innocence”

Winter is upon us with these wonderful poems.

Bookstogether offers one on Good King Wenceslas.

Becky at Farm School shares several for the season.

The color of snow is pondered at Crispus Attucks.

Several poeple contributed original poems.

Knocking on the Inside has “Dreams for Sale”.

A ballet for Winter can be found at Wild Rose Reader.

I share my thoughts about being ill through a haibun  at Deo Writer.

Liz in Ink has been playing in the snow.  It shows!

Karen makes us laugh with an adaptation of the “Twelve Days of Christmas”.

Laura Salas shares poems that are in 15 words or less.

Poets New to Me

Wittner Bynner at Susan Writes.  Very cool because I am looking for poems about clouds.

Cloudscome shares a poem by Audre Lorde.

A Study of Dickinson

Little Willow posts “That is Solemn We have Ended”.

“There is No Frigate Like a Book” at Cuentecitos.

Reflecting or praying as the year ends? Try one of these.

Lisa at Under the Covers reflects on the tragedy at the S.F. Zoo this week.

Adventures in Daily Living shares a Mary Oliver poem.

So does Rebecca at IPSA-DIXIT.

Becky shares “When We Two Parted”.

AmoXcallicontributed “What My Father Believed by John Gruzlowski.

And if you want to see writing in real time go to Laura Salas’ site and find out about Fuzzmail.

I think I have everyone. If I don’t please let me know and I will add.  Hoping for a day without a fever.

Happy Reading.


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