On 22 March, there was poetry in the natural history museum. The poems had something to do with animals; the theme of the Book Week.
Yours truly read poems on a ladybird; a dorcas gazelle; and a carp. And on two moorhens, read from a bridge between two museum buildings over a canal where moorhens swam.
Paul Groenendaal had poems on house sparrows and other animals.
Pink Meltzer about a mayfly (see also here).
Egon Snelders on gulls.
- THE WITCHING HOUR – #WWUC@New World Creative Union (musingbymoonlight.com)
- Poem of the Week: My One and Only (authordustinweber.wordpress.com)
- I love it – Love Poem (anushkasuri.wordpress.com)
- A poem a day for December, Poem 17 (postalice.wordpress.com)
- self as poem (briarcat.wordpress.com)
- More Silly Santa Poetry for the Holidays (secretpalteachers.wordpress.com)
- “The Aftermath” a poem by the Bard of Murdock (conservativesonfire.wordpress.com)
- “How do my knees” (shinecycle.wordpress.com)
Hi! I’m the author of “More Silly Santa Poetry for the Holidays”. Thanks for including a link to my poem in your blog post! I’m flattered you liked it enough to post a link!
Hi Mrs. Webmaster, you are welcome, and so is your poem 🙂