With extreme weather conditions changing day to day living and moods, positive thinking needs to be present. While the weatherman predicted warmth and sunshine for today, gray skies and light rain greeted my family's day trip to New York City. What follows is a poem that found its way into my Poetry Parade.
-a day of foggy gray
would sigh waiting to
unfold into sunset
-a city of constant motion
would take a breath,
stilling the noise
-a negative space
would be spritzed,
inviting freshness in
What if possible is the opening line?
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As you may know from last weekend's posts, life interrupted my flow just before Easter weekend when the stomach bug invaded my house. The designing of the Winter Whisperings Gallery was on hold. Now, I am ready to continue the creation and unveil it so a spring gallery can eventually sigh.
|Photo taken in the Bowery lighting district, NYC today and digitalized with PicMonkey|
Stay tuned for news on the unveiling of the Winter Whisperings Gallery
for National Poetry Month
Now enjoy Poetry Friday offerings at Laura Purdie Salas' site, Writing the World for Kids, where Laura continues her month long series of Poetry Tips for Teachers. Along with Laura's tip #8 and delightful poem, Spaghetti, you will find a variety of posts celebrating National Poetry Month.
This poem is also being offered for #digipoetry, created by Margaret Simon, where many bloggers are continuing to celebrate writing
during National Poetry Month.