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Winnie the Pooh Poems | Winnie the Pooh Day

This year, 2016, is the 75th Anniversary of Winnie the Pooh poems and tales by A. A. Milne. Winnie the Pooh Day is always on January 18th. Why do you ask? Because January 18th, 1882, is the day AA Milne was born. AA is for Alan Alexander. AA Milne is [...]

2020-03-31T14:57:25-04:00By |Categories: Disney Poems|Tags: |1 Comment

Popcorn Poems – National Popcorn Day

Popcorn poems are a fun way to celebrate yummy popcorn! National Popcorn Day is an unofficial national holiday celebrated every year on January 19. It may have been first associated with Super Bowl Sunday, but no exact reference can be found. What makes more sense is National Popcorn Month is October [...]

2017-09-07T00:05:38-04:00By |Categories: National Fun Day Poems|Tags: , |0 Comments

Imagery Examples | Classic Winter Snow Themed Poems

Winter snow themed poems use imagery examples to bring to the reader the scene of a nostalgic winter snow from the poet's own experiences. Often the imagery portrays emotions, senses, and encounters from moments remembered. Seven forms of imagery: Visual imagery - something seen in the mind's eye Auditory imagery [...]

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New Year’s Poem for a Better Year | Please Share

When I read a New Year's poem I found this week in The Illustrated Treasury of Poetry for Children, edited by David Ross, I knew I needed to share the poem with you all. Since it is New Year's Eve as I begin...and now New Year's Day as I finish [...]

New Year’s Poems | Two New Year’s Poems

New Year's poems for a New Year that is about to begin. I can't believe we are at the end of the Old Year. The Old Year has brought some terrifying moments for us all but also many personally happy moments, too. The New Year leaves a wide open path [...]