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Jan at Book Seed Studio is collecting a list of books that feature young poets as characters. She shares one today.
Matt at Radio, Rhythm & Rhyme has a NH Rock Garden for us today -- could be the one the speaker in my Robert Frost poem is working in!
Mrs. Bennett at Used Books In Class had her students write the narratives behind Shakespeare's sonnets. The results are brilliant!
Michelle at Today's Little Ditty celebrates spring with e.e. cummings.
Laura Salas comes to us from Teaching Authors today with a water poem by Christina Rossetti.
Buffy at Buffy's Blog shares her March Madness Poetry Sweet Sixteen poem. There's still time to vote all day today at Think Kid, Think!
Robyn at Life on the Deckle Edge workshops a haiku for us today.
Beth at Tiny Readers and Writers shares one of her four year-old daughter's original poems.
Jama at Jama's Alphabet Soup is hosting a vintage tea party. She's also the official collector of our Poetry Month 2014 projects and celebrations. Be sure to let her (and us) know what you'll be up to in April!
Diane has three offerings: at Random Noodling, a poem by Tess Gallagher; at Kurious Kitty's Kurio Cabinet, a trip to the circus; and at K.K.'s Kwotes, a poetry quote by Edmond de Goncourt.
Tara at A Teaching Life has a Mary Oliver tribute to her dog Sophie, who makes her pause.
B.J. at Blue Window also has a third round poem in March Madness. Good luck, Authletes!
Irene at Live Your Poem has a Poetry Friday gift for us -- a group SoundCloud page where we can record our poems! How cool is that?!? (As soon as I'm caught up with the roundup, I'll definitely check it out!)
Linda at TeacherDance shares a sweet alphabet poem.
Keri at Keri Recommends ends her celebration of Laura Purdie Salas' Water Can Be... with her favorite spread and a give-away.
Bridget at Wee Words for Wee Ones has a pithy comment on the seemingly endless (snow forecast here YET AGAIN for tomorrow) winter.
Jone at Check It Out is playing with pantoums.
Margaret at Reflections on the Teche writes about her student-voters in the March Madness competition. She took it to another level when she had her students use one of the Authlete's words in their own poems!
Tabatha at The Opposite of Indifference has poetry from the herbary today.
Carol at Carol's Corner shares her favorite spring daffodils with us.
Donna at Mainely Write has bedtime stories and grandparenting on her mind today.
Travis at 100 Scope Notes is back at it with Book Spine Poems! Dump your shelves and make one to submit for his gallery!
Crystal at Reading Through Life shares spoken word poetry, poetry in music, and a few poetry book recommendations.
Dori at Dori Reads has a cinquain from Myra Cohn Livingston.
Charles at Charles Waters Poetry has a smorgasbord of offerings today!
Lorie Ann at readertotz shares a Jane Yolen book of poetry for your little ones, and a haiku at On Point.
Supratentorial recommends a book with poetic text that explores the concept of memory.
City Muse Country Muse shares a poem by Peter Everwine.
Shannon at Van Meter Library Voice tells about a fabulous project two schools created that incorporates Rainbow Loom research and Joyce Sidman's poetry!
Kathleen at What's Next? weaves a Louis Armstrong song with her own words.
Amy at The Poem Farm shares a poem of address, a school visit, and a Poetry Month Project announcement.
Jeannine at Views from a Window Seat shares her thoughts about the new verse novel Miss Emily by Burleigh Mutén, and remembers a conversation about poetry with the author.
Sylvia at Poetry for Children shares the line-up for the Texas Library Association Poetry Roundup session. What an amazing 10-year legacy AND a great line-up for this year!
Little Willow plants seeds of hope with a line or two by Gertrude Stein.
Sherry at Semicolon Blog features Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Myra at Gathering Books has a Maya Angelou poem for us today.
Cathy at Merely Day by Day is wandering today.
Ruth at There is No Such Thing as a God-forsaken Town is thinking about the life of words (thanks to a student and Emily Dickinson).
Becky at Tapestry of Words is gearing up for National Poetry Month AND celebrating her 100th post!
Greg at GottaBook announces his plans for 30 Poets/30 Days this year, and shares an original poem from earlier in the week.
Joy at Poetry For Kids' Joy shares a bus ride poem.
Janet at All About the Books shares the rhyming book Animal Snackers.
Catherine at Reading to the Core offers an original poem filled with wonder.