A shape poem to honor the arrival of spring - wonderful (guess we missed the notice here on Long Island so I am back to preparing the winter gallery for flight). Please package this poem with the title Spring Harbinger, your name and location, Brian for my spring gallery early entry. Thanks.
Will do, Carol. I thought of you and your seasonal galleries as I was writing today. Glad you saw the result!
Beautiful words, the visual you created adds the perfect touch!
Beautiful poem and picture. I am longing for spring here in PA.
Very cool, Brian! The font choice adds to the flight.
Very nice! The shape is perfect. ~JudyK
"Spring has sprung. The grass is riz. I wonder where the boidies is. They say the boidie's on the wing. But that's absoid. The wings is on the bird."Your slice made today better! !dnuora lla sguH
Oooooo. I love this and must show it to my Kindergarten poets. Our poem of the week is a stanza from Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's "Every Day Birds" and it mentions "Goose flies in a V." They'll love this for not only the content, but because I've been meaning to share concrete poetry with them. Thanks for this!
Happy this example proves timely, Christie.
What a wonderful and eye-catching poem! Thank you for sharing this. We recently finished up our poetry unit, and I have some first and second graders who will totally appreciate this piece. :)
Hope they enjoy it!
Perfect shape, perfect words, perfect font. Flapping east together toward a hopeful sun. The sun can be so hopeful.
Fabulous concrete poem. It captures the beauty and elegance of the season, and offers hope that Spring is on its way.
Brain, So powerful, simple and engaging. Thank you for making my heart go yes, Spring will be here soon. Best wishes.Purviben