DAY 28 of Laura Shovan’s found prompt project
Today is the most special Sunday in February 2016
because it is the last Sunday of Feb. 2016
we will ever see rise
& set. Ever.
We will see other last February Sundays, but
never the exquisite 2016 version that today is.
If you are seeking a way to make it live on,
add a poem to this day’s incredible photograph
from Mary Lee Hahn. Appreciations to Mary Lee!
photograph from Poetry Friday’s Mary Lee Hahn, Day 28, Laura Shovan’s 2016 Found Object Poetry
Add your responses in the comment section,
or provide links there to your poem making at
Here is one to start
Dear garden pals,
And so I see you
puff your stuff –
pods of pea
and the assorted
Now is my year to bolt
burst my veil
do not be alarmed
by this cascade bloom
my offering is
the part of me
clear the room
c. 2016 Jan Godown Annino
Also please visit the site curated by Carol Varsalona her
for “Spring is in the Air,” her lovely response.
And join the joy tucked within this contribution from
poet Charles Waters
for one final group hug
before sprouting away
to feed the world.
c. Charles Waters
I appreciate the brevity with a punch, of these from Carol & Charles.
And now Margaret Simon sets the stage –
Blossom shrouded in
lace waiting for curtain call
to dance moonlit waltz.
c. Margaret Simon
And Diane Mayr backs up for the wide perspective –
Day 28 was almost a nonstarter. I managed a tanka, but without the alluring allium flower!
riding their new mower
we roll our eyes
at the dandelions and
spring onions gone to waste
c. Diane Mayr
Appreciations to creative Margaret, Diane, & to all you inventive poem makers.
Some day I will catch up to you.
Appreciations to Laura Shovan, who is one fantabulous poem maker,
debut MG author & poetry blogging pal.