Poetry Friday Eve!

Poetry_Friday logo‘Twas the day before Poetry Friday
And all through the kidlitosphere,
All the bloggers were stirring –
Hoping it would be here…

Welcome to Poetry Friday Eve!

I’m very excited to be hosting the festivities tomorrow, so I thought I’d do everyone a favour and start accepting links now in order to get a head start.  Makes sense, yes?

So if you have something you’d like to share, just leave your link(s) in the Comments section and I’ll update tomorrow’s blog throughout the day!

Thanks, Matt

45 thoughts on “Poetry Friday Eve!

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  2. HI Matt
    I’m planning weekly blogs from various contributors over the year every Thursday this year – VerseDay! We’re looking at all forms of verse but I’m especially interested in verse novels, hence my blog versenovels.com. I’d love it if you would invite your visitors to check it out. I’m highlighting the Cybils nominees too.


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  4. Hi, Matt! I’m having some trouble with comments, so I hope I haven’t posted twice.

    Today, I’m posting poem #4 in my poetry postcard/birthday project. This is one for American history buffs. Both the new poem, “Thick Skinned,” and the postcard refer to the Civil War battle between two ironclad ships, the Merrimack and the Monitor.

    Thank you for hosting and happy new year!



  5. Happy New Year, Matt, and thanks for getting our Poetry Friday year going! At “A Teaching Life” I have a poem about “Burning the Old Year” by Naomi Shihab Nye….fitting!


  6. dmayr

    Happy New Year! My posts will be up after midnight.

    At Random Noodling I have a poem by Edward Hirsch, which celebrates Georgia O’Keeffe, “Evening Star.” http://randomnoodling.blogspot.com/2013/01/poetry-friday-evening-star.html

    Kurious Kitty finds connections in a poem by David Ferry. http://kuriouskitty.blogspot.com/2013/01/poetry-friday-connections.html

    KK’s Kwotes continues New Year’s celebrations with a song written by Peggy Seeger. http://kkskwotes.blogspot.com/2013/01/poetry-friday.html


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