Hello May Friends,
Wasn't April wonderful? So much fun reading and writing and enjoying the poetry community. As a librarian at my school, I hosted a poetry "something" for every day of the month. We enjoyed a bracket-style Poetry Pandemonium competition and field trip poems on Fridays.
Please visit Bridget at Wee Words for Wee Ones for this week's round-up. I wonder what Smidgey has gotten up to?
This week, I'm in conversation with Cheryl Dumesnil's poem Today's Sermon
Here are the first few lines of Dumesnil's work
In conversation with Dumesnil's poemToday’s Poem
taking five extra minutes
to arrange a double mask
socially distanced from colleagues.
Today’s poem is
Today’s poem is stacking take-out boxes,
praying the landfill doesn’t overflow
in the grocery store parking lot.