Nancy at Journey Woman gives us Next Day, a poem written by Randall Jarrell.
Gregory K. at Gotta Book has written a search Fib for us. And it's about time!
Susan at Chicken Spaghetti provides a link to a funny essay about children's poetry.
Becky at Farm School has a mouth-watering post with a poem--and a recipe-- for fudge cake. Yum!
After Jules at Seven Impossible Things got slapped upside the head into Poetry Friday and her brain cells regrouped, she posted a quote from a little-known poet by the name of Emily Dickinson.
Sylvia at Poetry for Children announces the five Cybil poetry finalists and gives a nod to publishers for their generous book donations.
Michele at Scholar's Blog has a poem by John Keats and Hamlet's soliloquy.
Here at Blue Rose Girls, I have a review of the poetry and art in Winter Poems, an anthology illustrated by the late Trina Schart Hyman.
Cloudscome at A Wrung Sponge has two posts for Poetry Friday: an original haiku and Maya Angelou's A Conceit.
"More, more, more!" said the poetry enthusiasts.Emily at Whimsy Books gives us Daddy Fell into the Pond by Alfred Noyes for a few end-of-the-week chuckles.
Betsy at A Fuse Number 8 Production teases us with a tidbit about a weasel. (She knows better than to tease a weasel!)
WEB at Blog from the Windowsill has a review of My Very First Mother Goose edited by Iona Opie. (It's her son's very first book illustrated by Rosemary Wells.)
Liz B. at A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy has a classic children's poem for us: Keep a Poem in Your Pocket by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers.
Still adding Poetry Friday posts on Saturday!
Karen at Lighting the Fires brings us John Walsh's The Christmas Tree, a poem about a tree after the holiday season has passed.
Franki at A Year of Reading has the introductory poem from Sandra Pinkney's READ AND RISE. It's a poem about reading written by Maya Angelou.
At Mitali's Fire Escape, Mitali presents Wordsworth, Bengali-style.
Kelly Fineman at Writing and Ruminating has Exercise Your Brain, a post about rhyme's effect on memory.
Lisa at Passionately Curious brings us A Snowflake Fell, a poem by Jack Prelutsky, our new Children's Poet Laureate.
Check out Check It Out for the Poetry Friday post The Seasons. MsMac has got a high haiku fever!
Let me know if I missed your Poetry Friday post.