2014 Poetry Friday Archive

1. “Cranberry,” A Commonplace Book of Pie by Kate Lebo and Jessica Lynn Bonin

2. “The One and the Other” by Hayden Saunier

3. “Sugar” by Barbara Crooker

4. THE POEM THAT WILL NOT END by Joan Bransfield Graham and Kyrsten Brooker

5. “Teatime Grouch,” “Teddy Bear Tea,” “Tea Around the World” from TEA PARTY TODAY by Eileen Spinelli and Karen Dugan

6. “Tea” by Carol Ann Duffy

7. “Color” by Christina Rossetti

8. “The Work of Happiness” by May Sarton


10. WHY DO I CHASE THEE by Jessica Swaim and Chet Phillips

11. Emily Dickinson flower poems

12. “My Party” and “You Are Going Out to Tea” by Kate Greenaway

13. “Song of the Flower XXIII” by Kahlil Gibran + Roundup

14. “Calvin Coolidge” from RUTHERFORD B., WHO WAS HE? by Marilyn Singer and John Hendrix

15. IF DOGS RUN FREE by Bob Dylan and Scott Campbell

16. “My Mother’s Handwriting” by Julia Wendell

17. S IS FOR SEA GLASS by Richard Michelson and Doris Ettlinger

18. Interview with Julia Wendell (Take This Spoon)

19. POEM-MOBILES by J. Patrick Lewis, Douglas Florian and Jeremy Holmes

20. ANNA’S GARDEN SONGS by Mary Q. Steele and Lena Anderson

21. MISS EMILY by Burleigh Muten and Mac Phelan

22. DEAR WANDERING WILDEBEEST by Irene Latham and Anna Wadham

23. STRINGS ATTACHED by Diane DeCillis

24. “Oreos” by J. Patrick Lewis

25. “My Teddy Bear,” from “Adventures of Isabel,” and “Furry Bear”

26. Four Food Haiku from Yum! Mmmm! Que Rico! by Pat Mora and Rafael Lopez

27. “Last Night I Dreamed I Stole the Croissants” by Diane DeCillis

28. BAKING DAY AT GRANDMA’S by Anika and Christopher Denise

29. “Monet Refuses the Operation” by Lisel Mueller

30. “The Look” by Sara Teasdale

31. “Parkin” by Diane Wakoski

32. “Each Time” by James Rumford

33. PIE SCHOOL by Kate Lebo

34. 21 Cool Gifts for Poetry Lovers

35. “Grace” by Alice Walker

36. A COOKIE FOR SANTA by Stephanie Shaw and Bruno Robert

37. “Alternative Santa” by Roger McGough

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9 thoughts on “2014 Poetry Friday Archive

  1. Such a beautiful list of memories, Jama. It’s so nice that you put these together. FYI, I ordered several prints from Kendall Hillegas & adore them. I’m so glad you featured her work!


      1. I have the Bonne Maman/strawberry pic, & the fried egg & brown broken shell for a friend who’s retiring (she raises all kinds of chickens, sells eggs). It was perfect for her!


  2. Ah, the cost of shipping!!! I have two granddaughters after having 3 boys myself and I love, love, love spoiling girls. Thank you for answering. I send your Alphabet Soup to people all the time. My 71 year old cousin is delighted to receive the ones I like. Your Mother’s Day one was very special for us. Your blogs are a work of art and comfort.


    1. I don’t blame you for loving to spoil girls! Their clothes are much cuter, for one thing. If I had a daughter or granddaughter, though, I’d probably want to keep her toys for myself.🙂

      Thanks so much for reading and sharing my posts with your friends. It’s good to know you’re out there!


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