Today is World Poetry Day so what I thought might be fun is for us to use this platform to share a poem – preferably one you’ve written yourself and also one that is suitable for children. It can have been published before or it can be a brand newie.
All you need to do is send me your poem along with a pic of yourself and any web links that you’d like to share.
I’ll start things off with a little poem of mine called Wherever – published by The School Magazine [Touchdown] in 2014.
And in case you are interested I created the graphic in Canva. I love Canva!
And here’s a late one from John Hosking – thanks Dad!
Thank you Sally Murphy for this fun little one
Thank you Libby Hathorn for this beautiful sentiment
Thank you Jenny Blackford for this wonderfully chilling poem
Thank you Claire Saxby for your gorgeous nostalgic poem
Thank you Sally Odgers for this gorgeous one
Thank you Ross Clark writing as Ashley Clarkson for your nautical ditty
Thank you Kristin Martin for your very dreamy poem
Thank you Sherryl Clark for this sobering poem
Thank you Stephen Whiteside for your very amusing little rhyme
Thank you Marg Gibbs for your very sparkly poem
Thank you Spider Lee for sharing your gorgeous poem with us
Thank you Meredith Costain for your lovely Wintry poem
Thank you Jaz Stutley for sharing this beautiful poem with us – A Plea For Green
Thank you Lynn Ward for sharing this fun one
Thank you Rebecca M Newman for this little gem
Thank you Kate O’Neil for your wonderful poem about the Thunderduck
Thank you Janeen Brian for sharing this new poem with us.