Hi! Welcome to Becky's Book Reviews. I'm happy to be hosting this week's Poetry Friday round-up. Please leave a link in the comments. I'll be rounding up throughout the day.
To get us started, we have Tricia of The Miss Rumphius Effect in with Moonflowers.
At Readertotz, we have Hush You Mice.
Lorie Ann Grover of On Point shares, Andy Warhol Portrait.
Susan Taylor Brown is in with a roundup of 15 words or less poems.
Mary Lee of A Year of Reading is in with Against Travel.
Heidi Mordhorst is sharing her poem Cherry Very.
Jama is in with two poems by William Stafford.
Just One More Book is in with a chat about a rhyming spin on the Twelve Dancing Princesses.
Diane of Random Noodling is in with some William Wordsworth.
Irene is sharing Mary Oliver's The Summer Day.
Kurious Kitty is in with a review of Gallop-o-Gallop.
Laura is in with a story about the ALA Poetry Blast and is featuring two poems.
Linda is in with a review of Sold.
PaperTigers is in with a post on Shakespeare for kids.
The Stenhouse Blog is in with Code Blue by Matt Copeland.
Shelf Elf is in with some e.e. cummings.
The Write Sisters are contributing a poem by Edgar Fawcett, To the Oriole.
Kimberly is also sharing some e.e. cummings this week.
Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast is sharing Mary Oliver's Lilies.
Teaching Authors is in with a post about envelope poems.
Bookie Woogie is in with a review of Flip, Flap, Fly.
Little Willow is in with Silence by D.H. Lawrence at Bildungsroman.
Kelly Fineman is in with The Lady of Shalott by Alfred Tennyson.
Karen is in with an original poem I Know Your Name.
Sarah Miller is encouraging folks to read Once I Ate A Pie.
John Mutford is in with a quote from A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Color Online is sharing A Little Salt by Tara Betts.
Jennie from Biblio File is thinking about King Arthur and sharing The Lady of Shalott.
Sylvia is celebrating her blogaversary and reporting on ALA's Poetry Blast.
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