Wednesday, July 21, 2010

New Feature! Poetry Wednesday

I've decided to add a new blog feature:  Poetry Wednesday.  Sometimes, this space will feature a poem from YouTube and sometimes it will highlight a poem in print.  At times, I will feature my own poetry.  I hope you all enjoy our continued foray into beauty!  I'm going to start with Billy Collins, "The Lanyard".  Since this is the height of the summer, and lanyards are often made during the long hours of summer camp, this poem will start us off.

3 comments:

Michele said...

i always did love your poetry! :)

TACParent said...

You've shared this poem with me before. It's wonderful and witty. My dd has been doing some lanyard recently. It's a great way to keep busy and pass the time.

Dymphna said...

Lanyards evoke memories of summer.

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