Happy Poetry Friday! Welcome, everyone! (Wondering what Poetry Friday is? Click here.)
So, this month, our Poetry Princess challenge was a song around bells in some way. I wasn’t able to meet up with my poetry sisters last Sunday, but I did put together a draft on Monday or Tuesday. The sound of bells always makes me feel connected to the world somehow. Kind of the same feeling as the chimney smoke poem I did here.
If you’ve posted a bells poem somewhere, please tag it with #PoetryPals!
I don’t know yet what our poetry plans are for 2022. I hope with next Friday’s post, I’ll be able to share our January plan so that you can join in if you’d like. We love that! Oooh…hold on! Per Kelly: “If you’d like to write to our theme for next month, we are going with “poetry inspired by something overheard.” Our friend Susan Thomsen at Chicken Spaghetti has done several of these as a form of “found poem,” and it seemed like a fun challenge. Here’s a link to one of Susan’s poems.” Whee! So glad my friends were thinking ahead! Speaking of thinking ahead, HAPPY NEW YEAR to all!
Here’s how “bells” inspired my Poetry Sisters!
Click here to see all our previous Poetry Princesses collaborations.
Carol is rounding us up this week, even though she lives very close to the devastating fires near Denver.