Category Archives: poetry writing

Why You Need Writing Services

If you struggle to write documents, content, or novels, you don’t have to with a writing service. There are a wide variety of writing services online to help you achieve success in your business or personal life; read to find … Continue reading

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Starting High School: A Poem

Today is my eldest child’s first day at High School, and so I have written a poem for her. Have a great day, Elliot! Today we begin a new chapter In the journey of childhood and life. You will leave … Continue reading

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Living with the Black Dog #WorldPoetryDay

It is #WorldPoetryDay and I found this poem on my author blog. I originally shared it back in 2016, and a lot has changed in my life since then, but the words seem oddly appropriate given my current marital challenges. … Continue reading

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Poetry Round-up for Halloween

This month I am attending online poetry workshops with Wren and Ink, and I am thoroughly enjoying them! I have always been a fan of writing poetry, but I never properly studied poems written by other people, except occasionally at … Continue reading

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Litter, Litter by Jacob Hopkinson (age 11)

Litter, litter, over there Litter, litter, everywhere Litter, litter, people don’t care Litter, litter, damaging the air Litter, litter, damaging wheels Litter, litter, bad for animals’ meals. (This is actually happening) By Jacob Hopkinson (age 11) Jacob was inspired to … Continue reading

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Being at School – A Poem by Georgina Green (age 7)

When I am doing my work I see kids walking past the classroom When it is breaktime I see kids going in from their breaktime When it is lunchtime I see kids walking past with their lunchboxes When it is … Continue reading

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My 5 Senses – A Poem by Elliot Green (age 9)

When I wake up I hear birds chirping And engines roaring. When I get up I see children going to school And cars driving to work. When I walk to school I smell flowers And car exhaust fumes. When I … Continue reading

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Playing in the Park – A Poem by Georgina Green (age 7)

As I watch kids playing in the park I hear kids saying I don’t want to go home. You may want to ask Why am I not playing? Well I am sitting down Writing my lovely poem. Poem written by … Continue reading

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Children Playing – A Poem by Elliot Green (age 9)

As I sit there I see children playing And children running And screaming and shouting (No I don’t want to go home!) But why aren’t I playing, you may ask? Well I’m happy to sit here Writing this poem. And … Continue reading

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Firewood Burning – A Poem by Georgina Green (age 7)

As I sit watching the wood burn in the fire My eyes feel the warmth My body warms up I feel nice and warm. Poem written by Georgina Green, age 7. My daughters wanted to publish their work online and … Continue reading

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