Thank you for all the Fur, Feathers and Fins poetry. This week we change direction to the man made. The prompt is “Wheels”
Any wheel, Any where, Any time: kids love to move and wheels take them places.
Last week’s Thursday poem with teacher notes got 400 plus views which is excellent. Please continue to email out the link to this site to your connections with schools and universities etc
If your poem doesn’t get on during a prompt I will keep in a folder for gaps.
Looking forward to your contributions.
Please send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
An event coming up if you are in Sydney:
Dorothea Mackellar Poet’s New Memorial at Waverley Cemetery
On the 24th November, 2017, the Society of Women Writers of NSW, along with donors to the memorial, will gather in Waverley Cemetery at 6pm to ‘unveil’ the substantial marble plaque. This honours the poet, Dorothea Mackellar (1885-1968) with the 8 lines of her most famous stanza from her poem My Country, there for all to see in perpetuity. Her gravesite is close by the ’jewel sea’ of the Pacific Ocean she so lovingly describes.
If anyone does go please send me a photo.
And this weeks quote:
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