Poetry Friday – Midnight Snow Globe

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 Karen Edminsten* to see this week’s round up of wonderful poetry related posts, blogs and goodness.


Hello and Happy Poetry Friday! Last week I found out that I won the giveaway on Carol Varsalona’s blog for In the Middle of the Night: Poems from a Wide-Awake House by Laura Purdie Salas and Angela Matteson. It arrived in the mail a few days ago and it is fantastic! Thank you, Carol, for the giveaway, and thank you Laura and Angela for such a wonderful book.

Little Sloths enjoying some superb bedtime reading

It is really fun to think about what everything does when you’re fast asleep. Of course, my mind goes to the creepy ideas: evil dolls, maniacal shredders, DIY slime that tries to take over the house, etc. But I decided to write a short poem that is more in line with the sweetness of Laura’s poems in the book.

Snow Globe at Night

Tiny winter scene
Whole house fast asleep
Midnight snow angels
© Rebecca Herzog, 2019


Be sure to enter my giveaway of THE HUG by Eoin McLaughlin and Polly Dunbar. The Rafflecopter link is at the end of my review here.



Don’t forget about the Kidlitosphere Progressive Poem! Below you’ll find the whole schedule for the month. I’ll be contributing next week on April 9th.

April 2019
2 Kat @ Kathryn Apel
4 Jone @ DeoWriter
5 Linda @ TeacherDance
6 Tara @ Going to Walden
8 Mary Lee @ A Year of Reading
9 Rebecca @ Rebecca Herzog
10 Janet F. @ Live Your Poem
12 Margaret @ Reflections on the Teche
13 Doraine @ Dori Reads
17 Amy @ The Poem Farm
18 Linda @ A Word Edgewise
20 Buffy @ Buffy’s Blog
21 Michelle @ Michelle Kogan
22 Catherine @ Reading to the Core
25 Jan @ Bookseestudio
26 Linda @ Write Time
27 Sheila @ Sheila Renfro
29 Irene @ Live Your Poem
30 Donna @ Mainely Write

4 thoughts on “Poetry Friday – Midnight Snow Globe

  1. I love the picture of your two little ones reading. I have a snow globe that once belonged to my mother. My grandchildren love to press the button and bring snow flurries to the silver world inside it.

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