Sunday, April 8, 2012

H is for HABIT

HABIT
Photo by Amy LV


Students - Do you ever think about what your pets do when you aren't with them and watching? I do! They might live completely secret lives!

Fluffles & Jasper, Easter 2011
Photo by Amy LV

In case you are new here, this month, I am walking, letter-by-letter, through the dictionary, (closed-eyed) pointing to a letter each day, and writing from it. You can read poems A-G by checking the sidebar, and you can read Lisa's accompanying haiku at her blog, Lisa's Poem of the Week.

And if you did not visit Friday's post...do! Laura Purdie Salas shares a behind-the-scenes look at one of her poems from BOOKSPEAK! You can learn a new poem form and enter in a giveaway for this fantastic book on that post through Monday night.

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3 comments:

Linda at teacherdance said...

A sweet Easter egg poem for all the bunnies everywhere! I'm not sure which part of Fluffles I am seeing, but he and Jasper are sure darling!

Poem of the Week - Lisa Vihos said...

Hi Amy, I am getting in the "habit" of writing my haiku while walking by the lake. I check here for the word of the day, then go for a walk and see what comes up. Here is what I got today:

Kite

Kite catches the wind,
unavoidable habit
to go up, aloft.

Happy Easter!
Lisa

Penny Klostermann said...

Loved that! So funny and clever.