While most of my readers are reflecting on what they are thankful for this week, a few are thinking about righting some wrongs. The folks who participated this week wrote poems of apology, and apparently, some of them had much to confess.
Cloudscome at a wrung sponge gives us an apology poem for a librarian.It's not too late if you still want to play. Read the rules here. Then leave me a comment about your poem and I'll include a link to it on the list.
Cece Bell wrote two poems of apology, one funnier than the next. I wonder who they're for? Hmmm . . .
Sam Riddleburger joined Cece and wrote an apology poem of his own.
Mad Kane's gives us an apology limerick!
Over at Having Writ, sister AE gives us an apology poem called Belated.
Elaine reviewed Joyce Sidman's book way back in March, and included two poems of her own. The first is Elaine's poem to her daughter. The second is a daughter's response. Here is an excerpt.This Is Just to Say: A Poem to My DaughterRead the rest of the poem and the response here.
I have eaten
the chocolate bunny
I bought you
a big-eared, brown hunk
you probably saw
in the closet
and were expecting
to unwrap and savor
on a flower-filled Sunday
Finally, my contribution is the apology poem I wrote for my sister.