2022 Poetry Friday Archive

1. Three Pooh Poems by A. A. Milne + Chocolate Crisps

2. “The Look” by Carol Ann Duffy

3. “The Invitation” by Oriah Mountain Dreamer

4. PHOEBE DUPREE IS COMING TO TEA by Linda Ashman and Alea Marley

5. “The Sound Collector” by Roger McGough

6. “Ode to My Toaster” by Allan Chochinov

7. “Happy Families” by Lindsay Macrae

8. “Biker Diner Serenade” by Edwin Romond

9. “What is the Pond Doing?” by Diana Hendry

10. SISTER, BROTHER, FAMILY: An American Childhood in Music by Willie Nelson & Bobbie Nelson

11. 2022 National Poetry Month Kidlitosphere Events Roundup

12. THINGS WE EAT by Sylvia Vardell and Janet Wong

13. Three Cups of Tea with Miss Emily

14. “What Do You Know of Eggs?” by Nancy Jentsch

15. “No. 115 Dreams” by Jackie Kay

16. “Mother’s Day Memo” by Anita Pulier + Poetry Friday Roundup

17. Joe Brainard’s “I Remember” + his art

18. “Remember” by Joy Harjo

19. VIENTO, VIENTITO/ WIND, LITTLE WIND by Jorge Argueta and Felipe Ugalde Alcántara

20. Platinum Jubilee Celebration with poem by Joseph Charles MacKenzie

21. “What You Missed That Day You Were Absent From Fourth Grade” by Brad Aaron Moldin

22. Paul McCartney 80th Birthday Celebration

23. “Queenhood” by Simon Armitage

24. “Prayer for Joy” for Stuart Kestenbaum

25. ON A GOLD-BLOOMING DAY by Buffy Silverman

26. SPINE POEMS: An Eclectic Collection of Found Verse by Annette Simon

27. “If You Could Do Anything Else, What Would You Choose?” by Brian Doyle

28. “I Opened a Book” by Julia Donaldson

29. “How to Escape from Prison” by Roger McGough

30. “Special Glasses” by Billy Collins

31. “The Aunts” by Linda Lee (Konichek)

32. MY POET by Patricia MacLachlan and Jen Hill

33. “A Thanksgiving Poem” by CJ Beaman + Poetry Friday Roundup

34. “In Praise of Dreams” x 2 (Wislawa Szymborska and Gary Soto)

35. THE ILLUSTRATED EMILY DICKINSON and THE ILLUSTRATED ROBERT FROST edited by Ryan G. Van Cleave, illustrated by David Miles

36. Christmas Tea with Madeline, Anne Shirley and Eloise


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