Thursday, October 7, 2010

Poetry

Poetry:




Today tell us about one of your favorite poems or just give a title. Mine is called A CERTAIN SLANT OF LIGHT by Emily Dickens.

On my end of the map in Kansas it'sa beautiful almost poetic day so I thought I'd like to hear what everyone's favorite poem is today. If you can't think of a poem then tell us about a short story you like to read.



Hugs,

Pam

4 comments:

  1. Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost. It makes me think of looking at life in later years.
    Mary

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  2. "You Fit into Me Like a Hook into an Eye... A Fishhook...an open eye..."

    Margaret Atwood

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  3. I love Robert Service - here's a good one:

    Please Mother don't kill Father with the bread knife
    Remember 'twas a gift when you were wed
    But if you must kill Father with the bread knife
    Please Mother, use another for the bread

    Ruthann

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  4. Just about anything by Frost or Dickinson. Or Billy Collins. The good thing about poetry, for me, is that I can read them over and over and see something different every time.

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