She also encouraged blog readers to create poems using the online Magnetic Poetry Kit—saying: "Go ahead, give it a go. If you write some (G rated) magnetic poems come back here and share them in the comments. I'd love to see how you do."
Later, she posted the poems we composed. Here’s the poem I created using words included in the “Artist” Magnetic Kit:
By Elaine Magliaro
fashion fiery impressions
chisel rhythm & symbol
Click here to view my poem as it appears on the Magnetic Poetry site.
You can also read Cloudscome’s post and the other “magnetic poems” that were created here.
Magnetic Poetry Site
You can create your own magnetic poem in five different categories:
My poem is posted in the “Other” category. You’ll see me listed under Elaine M., MA, USA, 3/22/09.
Click here to find the page with links to the poems submitted in all categories.
NOTE: If you compose a poem using one of the magnetic kits, leave it in the comments. I’ll post all the poems I receive next Friday.
At Political Verses, I have another original poem entitled Rush and the Pussy-Cat. It’s a Limbaughyme that’s a parody of Edward Lear's The Owl and the Pussy-Cat.
At Wild Rose Reader, I have Things to Do If You Are a Pencil, an original poem that’s included in Falling Down the Page: A Book of List Poems, a new anthology edited by Georgia Heard.
Julie Larios has the Poetry Friday Roundup at The Drift Record.