Friday, December 23, 2011

Poetry Friday -- Addendums

#1 As I was working on my Poetry Friday post, the Gapingvoid daily cartoon from Hugh MacLeod pinged into my inbox. It seems to talk nicely to today's poem, but I didn't want to clutter up my post with any chatter.



#2 Here is the html code for the Poetry Friday roundups from January-June 2012. If it doesn't work for you to copy/paste from here, look for the code in a file on the Kidlitosphere Yahoo group. If all else fails, email me, and I'll send it to you directly! Thanks, everyone, for volunteering to host the roundup in the first half of next year!


<b>January</b></div>
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6 JoAnn at <a href="http://www.teachingauthors.com/">Teaching Authors</a></div>
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13 Tara at <a href="http://tmsteach.blogspot.com/">A Teaching Life</a></div>
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20 Elaine at <a href="http://wildrosereader.blogspot.com/">Wild Rose Reader</a></div>
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27 Jim at <a href="http://heyjimhill.com/">Hey, Jim Hill!</a></div>
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<b>February</b></div>
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3 Karissa at <a href="http://theirischronicles.wordpress.com/">The Iris Chronicles</a></div>
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10 Laura at <a href="http://laurasalas.wordpress.com/">Writing the World for&nbsp;Kids</a></div>
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17 Myra at <a href="http://gatheringbooks.wordpress.com/">Gathering Books</a></div>
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24 Jone at <a href="http://maclibrary.wordpress.com/">Check it Out</a></div>
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<b>March</b></div>
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2 Dori at <a href="http://dorireads.blogspot.com/">Dori Reads</a></div>
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9 Myra at <a href="http://gatheringbooks.wordpress.com/">Gathering Books</a></div>
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16 Gregory K. at <a href="http://gottabook.blogspot.com/">GottaBook</a></div>
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23 Mary Lee at <a href="http://readingyear.blogspot.com/">A Year of Reading</a></div>
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30 Heidi at <a href="http://myjuicylittleuniverse.blogspot.com/">my juicy little universe</a></div>
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<b>April</b></div>
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6 Robyn at <a href="http://www.robynhoodblack.com/blog.htm">Read, Write Howl</a></div>
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13 Anastasia at <a href="http://asuen.wordpress.com/">Booktalking</a></div>
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20 Diane at <a href="http://randomnoodling.blogspot.com/">Random Noodling</a></div>
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27 Tabatha at <a href="http://tabathayeatts.blogspot.com/">The Opposite of Indifference</a></div>
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<b>May</b></div>
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4 Elaine at <a href="http://wildrosereader.blogspot.com/">Wild Rose Reader</a></div>
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11 Irene at <a href="http://irenelatham.blogspot.com/">Live. Love. Explore!</a></div>
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18 Katya at <a href="http://www.katyaczaja.com/">Write. Sketch. Repeat.</a></div>
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25 Linda at <a href="http://teacherdance.blogspot.com/">TeacherDance</a></div>
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<b>June</b></div>
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1 Carol at <a href="http://carolwscorner.blogspot.com/">Carol's Corner</a></div>
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8 Jama at <a href="http://jamarattigan.com/">Jama's Alphabet Soup</a></div>
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15 Mary Lee at <a href="http://readingyear.blogspot.com/">A Year of Reading</a></div>
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22 Amy at <a href="http://www.poemfarm.amylv.com/">The Poem Farm</a></div>
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29 Marjorie at <a href="http://www.papertigers.org/wordpress/">Paper Tigers</a></div>

5 comments:

  1. Whoa, Mary Lee. That is the perfect quote/picture. Thank you for introducing me to the gapingvoid gallery...I'm about to repost that on facebook. Merry Merry Christmas - you are a gift to all of us! xo, a.

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  2. Mary Lee, thanks so much for all you do! I know it's time-consuming, and yet you just do it again and again. THANK YOU.

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  3. Wow! I've never seen gapingvoid, but I love this work.

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  4. Thanks for the Gaping void thought, & the site. I've already sent it on to my daughter, something fine to greet the mornings!

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  5. Checked out gaping void - thanks for the recommendation. Will definitely bookmark it. Merry Christmas!! :)

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