— Brian Bilston (@brian_bilston) May 20, 2022
I’ll be taking this one to school. Nice to see the whole poem in the Alt tag too.
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— Glow Scot (@GlowScot) June 1, 2022
Guide to getting started with #GlowBlogs. Input from
@KiwiGrant21 who’s marvellous pupil poetry blog, Breadalbane Academy P7 Poetry Blog is a brilliant example with poem ideas that are just great, I’ve borrowed a few:-)
In Pome today:
At the Aesthetics Meeting
We invented shape after shape,
color moving to and fro;
then outside where the plain world lives
it began to snow.
William Stafford (1962)
All resonated for different reasons.
The Next War
It will take place,
it will take time
it will take life,
and waste them.
Ursula K. Le Guin
Pome Newsletter by Matthew Ogle
Hand stamped ‘Under Dubwood’, no other details. The sender clearly wished to remain anonymous.
Wandering around the internet in the insomniac hours I find Caught by the River an interesting gathering of nature, poetry & culture &:
A batch of newspaper blackout poems.
Nice examples of blackout poetry from the master. I must remember to get my class to do some this session.
I, somewhat serendipitously, read this post recently. Didn’t notice the date.
The book arrived, £2.29 including p&p, this morning.
Marvellous book and I think it will a great resource when I go back to school in August.
Ian McMillan, Jini Ready, Testament and Ira Lightman explore words and walking.
I particularly enjoyed the sentiment of the final poem from Testament with the idea of valuing the in between spaces as well as wild ones. The whole program was delightful.
Tod Learns to copy stuff fun, interesting and inspiring… I had a wee go:-)