Poetry Prompt #43 Dedication Poem

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This week’s prompt which may grow wings and go for a fortnight is “A Dedication Poem”

This can be any poem you have written or a new one you are writing and you have a person or animal in mind when you wrote/write the poem.

You can write who the dedication is for and sent a photo if you want or keep that part private.

Looking forward to your contributions.

Please send to: poemoftheday.jaxton@gmail.com

 

And this weeks quote:

William Wordsworth was an English romantic poet

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2 thoughts on “Poetry Prompt #43 Dedication Poem

  1. Dear Jeannie, I have several which have been read at people’s funerals. Not sure what to send. None of them that shouldn’t be read by children, but the one on Jo Goodman will echo with everyone, at least in Melbourne, she was so well known by all children’s lit people here, and by all CBCA committee members in other states as well. But on the other hand, ‘Mask’ is about a beautiful Goth girl, a kid who committed suicide (she did have cancer) whom my son went out with at about 20. Really talented writer, too. Young people might enjoy this one more. ‘War story’ is really a love story, so they might like this as well. Shall I send you all three and you choose? None of them particularly gloomy – celebrating their lives, really. Let me know. Best wishes, Virginia Dr Virginia Lowe Create a Kids’ Book http://www.createakidsbook.com.au PO Box 2, Ormond Victoria 3204 ph: 03 9578 5689 mob: 0400 488 100 “Stories, Pictures and Reality: Two children tell” (Routledge 2007) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Create-a-Kids-Book/216518838392741

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