Friday, May 29, 2020

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Usually I write more here about Friday poems, but during this time (through June 12, 2020), I am instead sharing weekday writing videos for students and teachers at Keeping a Notebook and will crosspost here on Fridays.

Mary Lee is hosting today's Poetry Friday roundup over at A Year of Reading with an important reading challenge, rich, layered poems by Marilyn Chin, and news about an upcoming webinar conversation with Marilyn and Mary Lee. As for Poetry Friday, we invite everybody to join in each Friday as we share poems, poem books, poetry ideas, and friendship. Check out my left sidebar to learn where to find this poetry goodness each week of the year.

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12 comments:

  1. Thank you for handing me your papermeadow of inky flowers! May they continue to grow!

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  2. The flowers in YOUR papermeadow have blown seeds that landed in MY notebook, where a new inky meadow has begun. I love that. I love YOU!

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  3. “Not in rows but in whimsy” has stuck with me. I love that line. Thank you for showing me, as always, that writing grows from so so many different places. Hugs!

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  4. I saw this on twitter, too, Amy, and love it and the sharing of it, too. We'll always have a field of flowers, right?

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  5. I also love "not in rows but in whimsy" and your generous sharing.

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  6. Thank you for the flowers, Amy, and the wonderful reminder that flowers, like love and hope and peace, can take many forms and be shared.

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  7. Amy, you have a magic wand that turns a page into a field of flowers! Thanks for being you!

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  8. Your papermeadow of flowers is well received, Amy. Thank you for your bouquet of kindness. :)

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  9. Once again, I love this. Just perfect. Thank you.
    Janet F.

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  10. I love everything about this! "The enchantment of inky flowers..." has indeed enchanted me. Beautiful images blooming from beautiful words!

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  11. I am ready to draw the flowers
    You do not need but so need

    Yes.

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  12. Love your tiny flowers and poem-boy do we need them, and so much more–bring on the bees… thanks Amy, xo

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