Browsing All posts tagged under »#PoetryMonth«

April: Earth Spring Tax Poetry

April 11, 2021


Celebrating Spring, Poetry, Earth, LIFE!

Corona Haiku #2 2020

May 4, 2020


As a Michigander, I am utterly disgusted at the behavior of the white terrorists at the Capitol.

Guilty Verdict

April 30, 2020


If we really cared about teaching and learning in public schools, standardized tests would be cancelled forever. 

Cost-Benefit Analysis

April 29, 2020


I feel for anyone whose daily reality is chronic pain, and I want you to know: I see you.

Bible Study w/ Ruth H. Green

April 28, 2020


Ruth Hurmence Green is the author of The Born Again Skeptic's Guide to the Bible.

For Hesitant Poets

April 27, 2020


With words like Legos, words like clay, let’s shape ourselves some poems today! 


April 24, 2020


It’s the end of the month. We’re eating eggs and rice; food stamps gone, cupboard bare; it ain’t an easy life. I got two kids to raise; eighteen credits this term. Daily stress overwhelms; candle at two ends burns. I want to be a teacher when I finish my degree. I hope that education takes […]

Bible Study w/ Valerie Tarico

April 23, 2020


The Bible ethic governing male-female relationships is not a “Rights” ethic.

The Immune System v. COVID19

April 17, 2020


Note: Day Drinking is NOT an immune booster...

Bent Willow

April 15, 2020


A welcoming arm chair sings.