The autumn leaves are falling and its time to get into the fall poetry. Join us today as we discuss getting one year older and read a poem by Ruth Gruber.
Simplicity in writing is something to behold, but so is simplicity by the moonlight. Join us today as we discuss simplicity and read a poem by James Joyce.
Today we begin looking at grammar by examining the parts of a sentence: the subject and the predicate.
Today we are looking at a poem by Eunice Tietjens titled “Magic” to help us understand communication. Join us to learn more!
I wrote a poem about being sick to stay positive. Hopefully it reminds you that the common cold comes to an end at some point.
Today’s post is about campsites and nature! It’s the end of summer, and I don’t want it to end!
Today I thought I would share an excellent poem with you. It is for those of us who have a hard time communicating.
A poem I wrote about May and how unseasonably cold it can be some years.
Join us today to read the heading poem “Pig” by Rudyard Kipling. It’s short and a little dangerous.
A November poem (if ever there was one) by Katharine Pyle.