Hey blog readers! Whether you’re kicking off your winter holidays today or your last week of school before the holidays, it’s ALWAYS a good time to check out some Reader Art of the Week.
This week’s art comes to us in the form of poetry, and it comes to us from blog reader Zoe. Check it out:
Wind blows on distant hills
Leaving with nothing but a flutter
Do you hear them?
Nice! I love how this poem evokes a dreamy and thoughtful vibe perfect for this time of the year. The short lines also help to slow down the poem so each and every word is savoured.
Many thanks to Zoe for sending in her poem. Also, if you want to see one of YOUR poems, stories, photos, or drawings on the OWL Blog, just send it to me at email@example.com.
Talk to you soon!
Thanks for posting this on the blog.
Thanks for sending it in, Zoe!
WOW! That’s an amazing poem Zoe!
Cool poem, Zoe! Craig, can you please post my bird story? I sent it in in october.
i really like the poem. keep writing. my favourite parts in english class is when we have to write poetry. I usually make it rime even when I don’t have to.
I like rhyming poems also. This one doesn’t rhyme but I have done lots that rhyme also.