Monday, May 20, 2013

New Baby at Heart Rock Farm

Nora Nuzzles Her Baby
Photo by Amy LV

Mother and Child
Photo by Amy LV


Click the arrow to hear me read this poem to you.

Students - Look who's here!  Our newest addition, yet-unnamed.  This morning I woke up to (my husband) Shepherd Mark's voice, "Nora gave us the most beautiful white lamb last night.  It looks like it's a week old!"  And so she did.  And so it does.  Welcome to this new child, a bouncy haiku on an emerald of a day.

In celebration of new life and another joyous spring morning, I am thrilled to share this beautiful Poet-Tree made by Susan Kellner and her first grade students at Harold O. Brumsted Elementary in Holland, NY.  Some of you may remember Susan's lovely poet-tree from 2012!

A Vibrant Poet-Tree Grows
Photo by Susan Kellner

Close Up of Leaves
Photo by Susan Kellner

Thank you to Catherine Johnson for sharing my fiddlehead poem from FOREST HAS A SONG at her blog today.  On Wednesday, she'll share Shepherd Mark's recipe for a delicious fiddlehead frittata, this year's Mother's Day brunch at Heart Rock Farm.

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3 comments:

Michelle Heidenrich Barnes said...

Congratulations to the maaa-maaa! ;)

Cathy Ballou Mealey said...

"Wool" "ewe" look at that!

What a sweet little face.

catherinemjohnson.wordpress.com said...

Awh that is so cute! What a lovely picture. You beat the sight of a little lamb and their tails wagging so fast.
Lovely poem, Amy and that poem tree is super!
Cathy you are too funny!