Posts Tagged “poem”

This poem

By | April 5, 2011

  This poem1 is pages long.   The words roll off the screen, and scroll beyond the heavens to your eyes, to your breath, to your thoughts, to your dreams. To your soul, to my soul, to my heart.   This poem is oceans deep.   Words never imagined exist side by side where they […]

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National Poetry Month: Change

By | April 17, 2009


Another poem, this one inspired by Bud Hunt’s National Poetry Month Challenge #17. Change I’ve heard the flutter of butterfly wings or the ripple of a water drop are enough to change the world. I’ve heard the words hope believe try do flutter and ripple too. Change comes unbidden, cloaked in the common. Created in […]

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Infinite Poetry

By | April 7, 2009


Here’s my second post in honor of National Poetry Month.  Bud Hunt’s got a good thing going on his blog with picture prompts to encourage lots of poetry writing from fellow bloggers. If you haven’t taken a look, stop in and read some of the posts and replies there. (You might even think about leaving […]

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Haiku from your Tech Department

By | April 2, 2009

In honor of National Poetry month, I have two haiku poems to share.  I wrote these for a poetry contest at CHS and thought they’d be a perfect complement to the month’s celebration. If you’re not familiar with National Poetry month, stop in at the website and read their description. And while you’re at […]

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Who do you want to be?

By | September 8, 2008

I wrote this 25 years ago in response to my own high school education.  Wonder what my high school self would think of my current job helping high school teachers learn new techniques to engage their students in the learning process? Teacher? You stood there before us with your white-washed bun, your wine-wizened eyes, and […]

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