Poetry Friday: “The Artist”

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As I mentioned last week when I shared my cherita about Quechee Gorge, VT, I had a feeling at least a few poems were going to spring out of our trip. Sure enough, I have another one – this time, inspired by my 5-year-old daughter who finds art everywhere she goes:

That’s right, whether it’s stones in a river or the crumbs on her plate, anything can become art in her hands. And I couldn’t be more proud.

For more poetry, please visit Carol Wilcox over at Carol’s Corner for today’s complete Poetry Friday roundup, where she’s sharing some ‘puppy poetry!’

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15 thoughts on “Poetry Friday: “The Artist”

  1. What a wonderful poem for an artistic little girl. This is an adorable photo, Matt, so congratulations for having such a passionate art enthusiast in your home. If you would like to share your poem and photo for my #EmbraceableSummer collection, I think it would be a lovely fit for the Children’s Corner.

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  2. Linda Mitchell

    What a beautiful tribute in a few words…this poem is a keeper for a someday graduation celebration. YOU are a fortunate father. Enjoy every moment and thank you for sharing with the rest of us.

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  3. Michelle Heidenrich Barnes

    Beautiful capture, Matt—a moment of a fun vacation, a moment on the timeline of your daughter’s life, and a snapshot of her personality that will surely endure and serve her well throughout her life.

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  4. Thanks for this today Matt. My two year old grandchildren find beauty everywhere. Taking them for walks makes me do it too. Recently my granddaughter drew ‘butterflies’ on my legs. I would share the photograph with you if I could figure out how.

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