The Progressive Poem is here!
I love National Poetry Month! There are so many wonderful projects going on around the Kidlitosphere, and I enjoy checking out every one of them! It feels like a big party where we're all sitting around together sharing poetry! Oh, and speaking of parties, I'm announcing the winner of last week's giveaway at the end of this post. I also want to give a big shout out and thank you to Robyn Hood Black for hosting last week's birthday celebration. She did a fantastic job!
Have you been following the Progressive Poem? If so, I hope you are enjoying Jasmine's adventure as much as I am.
Today it is my turn to add a line. I'm grateful to my very talented friend, Irene Latham for coming up with the idea for a progressive poem because it gives folks like me a chance to participate in National Poetry month in a way that is fun and manageable.
After reading Michelle's line about Jas beginning her poem, I thought about how a poem often starts out (at least for me) as a whisper and floats around for a bit before I really catch hold of what I'm trying to say.
So here goes, my line is at the end.