1. Three Barbara Crooker “blue” poems
2. “Letter Perfect” by Alice N. Persons
3. THE SUPERLATIVE A. LINCOLN by Eileen R. Myer and Dave Szalay
4. ON A SNOW-MELTING DAY: Seeking Signs of Spring by Buffy Silverman
5. “Saltines” and “Fifteen Bean Soup” by Barbara Crooker
6. “What I Eat is How I Feel” (Guest post by Julia Wendell)
7. “Great Breakfasts of My Childhood” by Ryan Warren
8. INSIDE OUT: Poems On Writing and Reading Poems with Insider Exercises by Marjorie Maddox
9. WHOO-KU HAIKU: A Great Horned Owl Story by Maria Gianferrari and Jonathan Voss
10. 2020 National Poetry Month Kidlitosphere Roundup
11. “The Consolation of Apricots” by Diane Ackerman
12. I REMEMBER: Poems and Pictures of Heritage, edited by Lee Bennett Hopkins
13. “Animal Cracker (no s)” by Gretchen Friel
14. “Fragmentary Blue” by Robert Frost and “Blue Eyes” by Elton John
15. ON WINGS OF WORDS: The Extraordinary Life of Emily Dickinson by Jennifer Berne and Becca Stadtlander
16. “The Cookie Jar” by Edgar Guest
17. “Working in Flour” by Jeff Friedman (+ Poetry Friday Roundup)
18. ILLUSIONS: Poetry and Art for the Young at Heart by Charles Ghigna and Chip Ghigna
19. “Tea at Jubilee Manor” by Linda Crosfield and “I Am Not Old,” by Samantha Reynolds
20. “Money is the Thing with Feathers” by Susan Firer
21. “What is Given” by Ralph Murre, and “Strawberries” by Tamara Madison
22. “The Night of Corona” by Ann Barber
23. “On the Other Side” by Lynn Ungar
24. Follow the Recipe by Marilyn Singer and Marjorie Priceman
25. “Call Me Bourgeois” by Alice N. Persons
26. KAMALA HARRIS: Rooted in Justice by Nikki Grimes and Laura Freeman
27. Three poems by Penny Harter (Interview/A Poem The Body Makes)
28. I’M FEELING BLUE, TOO! by Marjorie Maddox and Philip Huber
29. “Of History and Hope” by Miller Williams
30. “Falling” by David James (+ Poetry Friday Roundup)
31. “Ode to a Tea Bag” by Jayne Jaudon Ferrer
32. “Keeping Quiet” by Pablo Neruda
33. THE TINY BAKER by Hayley Barrett and Alison Jay
34. Sonny and Cher memory (“I Got You Babe”)
35. “While the Pie is Cooling” by Camille A. Bala
36. “Lessons” by David L. James
37. “I Like Tapioca” by Bill Batcher
38. “Into the Darkest Hour” by Madeleine L’Engle
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3 thoughts on “2020 Poetry Friday Archive”
I don’t know anyone else who does this sort of thing – so THANK YOU! This is a great resource, Jama…I hate that I miss so many posts around the kidlitosphere because I’m so busy with kids and work and such, so this is a trememndous help.
Enjoy your week!
Glad you find it helpful, Matt. I actually make these archives to help me keep track of my posts (helpful for linking back or general reference). Have a good week — how much snow have you gotten so far? Things are pretty quiet here today after yesterday’s several inches of accumulation (most we’ve had in 2 years).
Thanks so much for doing this, Jama! I often remember having seen a poem on your blog, and months later can’t quite recall when & where, so this will be an easy way of tracking it down.
We’re supposed to get between 12 & 18″ here in MA!! It’s coming down very lightly now 🙂
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