I Have to Tell You
In honor of my new venture into the world of making art, I have an original poem which is a take off of This Is Just To Say by William Carlos Williams.
I HAVE TO TELL YOU
I have taken
the blank paper
you kept in your desk
you were probably
of your own
there were colors
waiting to escape.
Susan Taylor Brown, all rights reserved
The Poetry Friday round-up is here this week so please leave a link to your post in the comments and I’ll round them all up through-out the day. (If you read this blog on Facebook, please come over here and leave your link so I don’t miss it.)
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Barbara Turner warms us up with The Cremation of Sam McGee.
Kelly Fineman gifts us with an original poem Holiday Dinner To-Do List.
Sheri Doyle says, “I’m in with a post on another poetry book from our holiday box. I take a look at the various soundscapes found in Winter Poems.
Ruth offers us On Closing Anna Karenina by Billy Collins.
Jone MacCulloch shares an original clerihew.
Father Goosesposts The Perfect Love Poem.
Tricia at Miss Rumphius Effect shares Longfellow and the poem Woods in Winter.
Kelly Polark has holiday poems and recipes