...twice a week poetry treat for the young and the young at heart...
They just do, indeed! I'm liking the idea that BPDay coincides with my brother's birthday
Thanks, Heidi! Happy birthday to your brother, may he enjoy many "bad" poems on his special day. = )
I think you may win the best 'bad' poetry, Bridget. I know that you worked so hard at this, right? Wish we were really back to school. The older students would love it!
Thanks, Linda! It is quite an honor! My so called "bad" poems get the biggest reaction around my house. I guess there is no accounting for taste. = )
Ha! My son's favorite is "Roses are Red/Violets are Violet/That's why they're called Violet." Thanks for giving us a new holiday to "celebrate" :-)
Love it, Tabatha! Your son is a smart boy, violets are violet, not blue! There are some kooky "holidays" out there - glad you enjoyed this one. = )
I hadn't heard about Monday's celebration. May I share your poem on my library blog on Monday? There's no nice way to put that, is there? It's bad poetry day, so let me share yours. Cringe. Actually, I find your poem quite clever--so bad, it's good!
Absolutely, Diane! I embrace my bad poem and am happy to share the "suck" with your readers. I like to appreciate the good, the bad, and the ugly in the poetry world - it is all relative. = )
HA! Not bad -- TRUE!!
Thanks, Mary Lee! I appreciate the vote of confidence. = )
Too, too funny! I also love that there is an official bad poetry day!
Thanks, Katie! It seems their is an official holiday for everything - even bad poetry. = )
We both had simple poems this week, Bridget, that get right to the point. :)
Indeed, Karen! Great minds think alike! = )
Well Bridget, this just may be the best worst poem I ever read! Good to know about this illustrious holiday.
Thanks, Michelle! "Best worst poem" is a high honor! = )
Tee hee! That pretty much sums it up (as I sit here scratching my bitten ankles...). Curses to those sucky mosquitoes!
Oh no, Renee! Mosquito bites bite! (hee-hee). = )
Ha ha! And since you've given us the heads-up we still have a few days to dig up bad poems of our own and join the party.
Yay, Violet! Yes, please join the party and post your best bad poem - it'll be a revolution. = )