Friday, September 17, 2010

The Poetry Friday Roundup: September 17, 2010

Here, at Wild Rose Reader, I have another original list poem titled Things to Do If You Are a Mole.

Over at The Drift Record, Julie Larios has a jump-rope rhyme made all of questions that she wrote for Tricia's Poetry Stretch this week.

Toby Speed has a review of Skywriting: Poems to Fly over at The Writer's Armchair.

Gregory K. has a guest post about PoetrE up over at David L. Harrison's blog today.

At A Year of Reading Mary Lee has a rainbow, a song (no surprises which one), and some great news about a certain Poetry Friday panel session at KidLitCon.

Tabath Yeatts has haiku, pie-ku, and a giveaway today at her blog today.

Andromeda Jazmon has a review of Hip Hop Dog by Raschka & Radunsky over at A Wrung Sponge.

And at Poem Farm, Amy has an original poem, Mother Poet, #17 in her series of poems about poems. She also features a picture (not poetry) book that makes its debut tomorrow.

Ruth's got a Hitomaro poem for us today at her blog.

Laura Salas has a poem from Dark Emperor, Joyce Sidman’s wonderful new collection of night poems about the woodland.

Laura also presents the weekly 15 Words or Less poems.

Over at the Paper Tigers blog, Sally has a post about Wombat Walkabout.

Jone found a poem about autumn by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Check it out at Check It Out.

Head on over to Jama’s Alphabet Soup for a taste of some clever light verse written by one of my favorite children’s poets—J. Patrick Lewis.

Diane Mayr talks about a way to have a poetry collection published at The Write Sisters.

Diane also announces Catzilla! and shares a cat tanka at Random Noodling.
Laura Shovan says she’s back after a break. You'll find an onomatopoeia mini-lesson using Carolyn Crimi's picture book The Louds Move In! at Author Amok.

This week at the Stenhouse Blog you’ll find a poem and some wisdom from Tao Te Ching.

David Elzey says: “i'm in this week with a parody of robert frost that also happens to be true. mostly true. about me and crows.”

At Writing and Ruminating, Kelly Fineman has her review of Baby Baby Baby! by Marilyn Janovitz.

Karen Edmisten joins in this week with Our Town and Lucinda Matlock.

Sara Lewis Holmes returns to Poetry Friday with a Kafka quote and a Francisco Stork poem at Read Write Believe. (Welocme back, Sara!)
Charles Ghigna is tiptoeing in today with a bird nest poem at Father Goose.

My good friend Grace Lin is joining Poetry Friday this week with Moon Poetry for the Autumn Moon Festival. Check out Grace’s Moon Poetry post at her blog Gracenotes. (Note: Grace’s beautiful new picture book Thanking the Moon: Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival was recently published by Alfred A. Knopf.)


Janet Squires has a post about Pirates: Poems written by David L. Harrison and illustrated by Dan Burr in recognition of Talk Like a Pirate Day.

After a long absence, Tricia returns to Poetry Friday with the poem The Reader by Richard Wilbur.

Tricia has also posted this week’s poetry stretch results—Just Questions—at The Miss Rumphius Effect.


Anne Shirley is in with a poem she shares with her students each year. She says it's a thought-provoking piece written by Helen Buckley.

Head on over to Looking for the Write Words for another original list poem—not written by me—titled Things to Do If You Are a Frog!

Shelley invites us to read about some people who knew how to live without much money at Dust Bowl Poetry.

Announcement! Click here to find out who the 2010 Cybils Poetry Panelists are.


Tricia said...

Hi Elaine,
After a long, long absence I'm finally back with a poetry Friday post. I have the poem The Reader by Richard Wilbur. I also have link to this week's poetry stretch results.
I've missed you!

Shelley said...

Hi! Read about some people who knew how to live without much money on:

Cybils said...

Hi, Elaine.

The Cybils blog is in, with a post on the Poetry panels! I didn't write the post, but I'm linking it here, so you don't miss it:

from Susan T.