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Thanks for hosting! I’m in with a poem inspired by an image–it’s this month’s Poetry Sisters poem. Mine is called “Cage of the Refugee,” and it’s at http://laurasalas.com/poems-for-teachers/ekphrastic-poems-poetry-friday/
Hi Katya, thanks for hosting the roundup this week. Senior editor Rebecca M. Davis (Boyds Mills Press/WordSong) is in the spotlight on Today’s Little Ditty with a new DMC challenge. http://michellehbarnes.blogspot.com/2015/11/spotlight-on-rebecca-m-davis-dmc.html
Hi, Katya! Thanks so much for hosting today. I have “Eletelephony” and poetry on the road this week: http://www.robynhoodblack.com/blog.htm?post=1012669
I’ve got a sneeze of a haiku in honor of drippy weather:
Hi Katya – thanks for rounding up! I’ve got an original poem written for my almost 16 year old son: “When the World Learned to Drive.” Also, I’m pretty excited for my WILD 10 year blogiversary celebration coming Monday, November 9. :) Happy Poetry Friday!
and the link is….. http://www.irenelatham.blogspot.com/2015/11/when-world-learned-to-drive.html
Thank you for hosting, Katya! Today I’m sharing Sheila Packa’s “Driving at Night.”
This morning at Random Noodling I have information about a recent poetry performance inspired by an old African burying ground, and an original poem. http://randomnoodling.blogspot.com/2015/11/poetry-friday-african-burying-ground.html
And at Kurious Kitty, there’s a short poem from David Ignatow, “Subway.” http://kuriouskitty.blogspot.com/2015/11/poetry-friday-subway.html
Have a poetry-filled day!
Greetings! Thanks for hosting! Thanks to Ms. Mac & JoAnn Macken/last week’s PF offerings, here, in honor of our Veterans and their families, is my first tanka: A Little Girl’s Lament to Her Poppy. http://cbhanek.com/2015/11/06/a-little-girls-lament-to-her-poppy/
Hi Katya! Thanks for hosting!
I’ve got Nobody to Blame but Me for my post today:
Thanks for hosting, Katya! I’m in with Billy Collins this week. It’s <a href="http://karenedmisten.blogspot.com/2015/11/forgetfulness-by-billy-collins-or-i.html"<here.
Thanks for hosting, Katya! I’m in this week with Billy Collins:
Thanks so much for doing the roundup this! At Wild Rose Reader, I have a bunch of November poems for children and adults.
Katja, it is great connecting with you. Thank you for hosting Poetry Friday. I dressed the logo in autumn colors to accompany my post, Autumn’s Gold. It is my latest digital composition. I am also including an invitation t my newest gallery, Autumn’s Palette, with its Thanksgiving deadline. Happy Poetry Friday. http://beyondliteracylink.blogspot.com/2015/11/autumns-gold.html
Good morning! I posted a piece of “Accounts” by Rae Armantrou at my blog, Bildungsroman:
Thanks for hosting, Katya! My post today is all about science and poetry with a game of tag!
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My selection is Animal Tracks : Wild Poems To Read Aloud” by Charles Ghigna with illustrations by John Speirs.
I’m creeping along with my wrist in a cast so I’m writing short poems. I have a haiku up and an original water color at http://www.poetryforkidsjoy.blogspot.com
Katya, thanks for hosting us.
Inspired by Mary Lee’s recent post, I rediscovered a Postcard from Mars that I sent my class quite a few years ago… It almost makes me want to go back. ;)
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Thanks for hosting. I posted about why I love Poetry Friday – with a slightly corny poetic tribute: http://sallymurphy.com.au/?p=1580