Poetry Friday – Spooky Recommendation

It’s Friday! And you know what that means: Poetry! Want to know more about Poetry Friday? Click this link right here. And be sure to check out the amazing Michelle Barnes’ blog,  Today’s Little Ditty to see this week’s round up of wonderful poetry related posts, blogs and goodness.
Hello and Happy Friday! Last week I was posting about the Madness Poetry beginning. This week I am posting about my Madness Poetry ending. I was up against a tough authlete, Myrna Foster, in the 1st round, and she out-poeted me.
 Our word was MAHOGANY and she did a suburb job with her poem. You can read our 1st round poems HERE. I don’t know why, but I struggled with the rhythm of the word. Ah well. Good luck to Myrna in the next round.
It was fantastic. If you’ve even semi-regularly read my blog, you’d know that I love creepy, especially creepy-for-kids done well. And this collection does just that. Highly recommend!

12 thoughts on “Poetry Friday – Spooky Recommendation

  1. Both those mahogany poems were good. You were brave enough to try to rhyme with mahogany. Myrna did a wonderful job with the emotion and repetition. That creepy collection looks great!


  2. Wow! You are braver than me. I can only look through my fingers at the poems from the sidelines. It's so much pressure! Congrats to you on giving it your best and better luck next year. Are you sure you're not a middle school librarian in disguise? Your taste in books is giving you away!


  3. Congrats on taking the plunge into Madness — you poem was simply not AS fabulous as hers…but still fabulous in its own right. Writing under that kind of pressure is HARD. I remember sitting on the couch with NO ideas as the time went tick, tick, tick, tick…


  4. Good for you for jumping into the Madness, Rebecca – it's a leap into the creative unknown! & Thanks for sharing this monstery-fun book… my creepy cup of tea, as well! ;0) I'll look for it.


  5. I loved your “Xylophagus Insect Party” poem and you had my vote! the insect appeal hit home for me and loved all the sounds created in your poem. Looks like a fun book here too, thanks!


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