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Tee hee ... you, my dear, are already rounded up! As are our sisters.
Hi, Tricia! Thank you for hosting. Matt Forrest Esenwine is hosting the Found Object Poetry Project at his blog today. I'm here to invite everyone to join us in this month-long daily write-in. All of the information people need to participate (and the Week One prompts) are at this post: http://laurashovan.com/2016/01/2016-found-object-poem-project-week-1-prompts/
Tee hee, Tricia! I'm in with an original poem about Groundhog Day & my young-at-heart neighbor, Ms. Betty, athttp://www.robynhoodblack.com/blog.htm?post=1020180Thanks so much for hosting!
Hi there Tricia, thank you for hosting, and for having this up extra early. We are celebrating Valentine's a little extra early at GatheringBooks with Tyler Knott Gregson's love haiku. Here is the link:http://gatheringbooks.org/2016/02/05/poetry-friday-owning-the-words-of-tyler-knott-gregson-love-haiku/
Thanks for tolerating the early birds! :-) I have a poem by Mary Coleridge today at Keri Recommends -- http://wp.me/p4P49X-gQ. I appreciate your work rounding us up.
Special thanks for EBA aka Early Bird Accommodation:) Chillin' today at http://cbhanek.com/2016/02/05/chillin/
Thanks, Tricia! Having the opportunity to post the night before makes things that much easier in the morning. I'm still late for work, but the poetry is blameless!At Random Noodling you'll find an illustrated angel project poem.Kurious Kitty has a poem by Langston Hughes called "Merry-Go-Round."
Mornings are sometimes tough for me, Tricia, so I appreciate the opportunity to chirp in early! On Today's Little Ditty, David L. Harrison joins me as February's spotlight author. I also get to show off David's newest collection of poetry: NOW YOU SEE THEM, NOW YOU DON'T. http://michellehbarnes.blogspot.com/2016/02/spotlight-on-david-l-harrison-dmc.html
Thanks for the early round up and for hosting !https://ateachinglifedotcom.wordpress.com/2016/02/05/poetry-fridaythinking-of-flowers-by-jane-kenyon/
Thank you for the early round up. Super Bowl Sunday: https://maclibrary.wordpress.com/2016/02/04/poetry-friday-super-bowl-sunday/
Thanks for gathering early, Tricia, and for hosting. I'm sharing today's "found object" poem for Laura Shovan's challenge. http://www.teacherdance.org/2016/02/poetry-friday-february-love.html
Hey, Tricia,Thanks for hosting us. Since I'm in the far, far west, I may be late to the party. I have a children's poem up today titled DUCKS and a poetry challenge. I'm at http://www.poetryforkidsjoy.blogspot.comJoy
I love seeing your drafts side by side, Tricia. That stanza about Le Chat being welcomed is my favorite. Such a lovely juxtuposition to the darkness before that. High five
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