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Thanks for hosting tomorrow, Katya. Laura Purdie Salas is in the spotlight on Today’s Little Ditty with an interview and the unveiling of our new Ditty of the Month Club challenge. (Post will go live at 12:30 am on the east coast.) http://michellehbarnes.blogspot.com/
Thanks for hosting! I’m sharing a postcard from one of Jone’s poetry project participants. And, I need some blogging advice! My link is: http://kerirecommends.com/2014/05/01/Poetry-Friday–A-Postcard.aspx
Thanks for putting up the post early, Katya!
PF Blogger Toby Speed has a guest post at AuthorAmok. Her source poem closes our month-long. For Toby, who recently moved to New Hampshire, Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” has taken on new and special significance. Her story is at AuthorAmok, along with a series wrap up.
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Thanks for hosting! Here’s my link:
Thanks for letting me post early–I’ve got a busy weekend ahead–I’m off to the Massachusetts Poetry Festival! But, before I head out, here are my links: At Random Noodling I have a history poem that I’m going to include in my Sketchbook Project book. http://randomnoodling.blogspot.com/2014/05/poetry-friday-whos-up-for-challenge.html
Kurious Kitty has a poem by Sharon Olds, who can now be considered a New Hampshire poet. http://kuriouskitty.blogspot.com/2014/05/poetry-friday-one-more-nh-poet.html
KK’s Kwotes has a quote by Sharon Olds. http://kkskwotes.blogspot.com/2014/05/poetry-friday.html
Welcome back, Katya!
Thank you for hosting. I am wrapping up National Poetry Month.
Oops the link: http://maclibrary.wordpress.com/2014/05/01/poetry-friday-wrapping-up-national-poetry-month/
Wow, Katya, thank you so much for having this so early. I am sharing a review of one of the novels that I truly loved this year, here’s the poetry of Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan, and yes, William Carlos Williams’ “The Descent.” Here’s the link:
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Thanks for hosting, Katya! Today I have an original poem, “Things Worth Saying,” about understanding poets & poetry: http://wp.me/p2DEY3-Z2 I also shared some insight into my thought process as a writer this past Tue., in my last post for National Poetry Month: http://mattforrest.wordpress.com/2014/04/29/npm-thinking-like-a-poet/
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Thanks for hosting today, Katya! I’m in with a short ditty inspired by a bird I photographed on a walk a few weeks ago. “Spring project” is here: http://vnesdolypoems.wordpress.com/2014/05/01/spring-project/
Thanks for hosting. I’m a newbie at this. Enjoying the Poetry Friday world. http://jarhartz.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/poetry-friday-just-watch-teacher-poets/
Good morning! Thanks for hosting, Katya :-)
I have one of my found poem experiments today, using a quote from Neil deGrasse Tyson: http://tabathayeatts.blogspot.com/2014/05/star-stuff.html
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Thanks for rounding us up! Welcome back!
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Thank you for hosting today, Katya! For those of us who won’t stop reading, writing, and sharing poetry just because National Poetry Month is over (I guess that would be everyone here :-)), I’m sharing Ron Koertge’s poem, “Do You Have Any Advice For Those of Us Just Starting Out?” Happy Friday!
I hope that he is back to his sparkling self soon!
I posted another Carl Sandburg poem at my blog, Bildungsroman, today.
Village in Late Summer by Carl Sandburg http://slayground.livejournal.com/779080.html