Friday, April 2, 2021

picture + form = Open Wide

 (i)*National Poetry Month 2021

*in my case international, hence the i

To celebrate I am sharing a picture + poetic form - everyday in April!

1 April: Lizard Toe

2 April 2021 picture + form: Open Wide













picture: Pixabay

poetic form: Haiga

  •  haiku coupled with painting (traditional) 
    • or coupled with digital media (contemporary) 

Join the Poetry Friday fun at A Year of Reading, hosted by poet teacher extraordinaire Mary Lee


 

28 comments:

  1. Oh, this project is going to be SO much fun to follow! Perfect for your wit!

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  2. Bridget, you make me smile...yes, an open mouth, see all my teeth smile. I love your sense of wonder AND fun. Can't wait to see what comes next.

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    1. Thanks, Linda! I have an open mouth, see all my teeth smile reading your comment. :)

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  3. Oh my goodness, this poem is wonderful and also terrifying ( I do NOT like the drill!) xo

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    1. Thanks, Irene! I agree, the drill is the worst. :)

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  4. Fun! And I appreciate your little (i) addition, as an expat myself!

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  5. I'm glad I read your poem after my dental visit of this morning–though I have some dental drilling coming up later in the month…Fun poem, and a bit scary too, thanks Bridget!

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    1. Thanks, Michelle! Hopefully your 'drilling' will be quick. :)

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  6. Yikes! The dentist. Drilled in says it all! I like your project and look forward to what comes next. .

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    1. Thanks, Janice! I hope you check back all month long. :)

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  7. I go to the dentist in a couple of weeks, Bridget, just might take a pic of this with me! What fun your project is going to be!

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    1. Thanks, Linda! It'd be funny to know what a dentist thinks of this poem. :)

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  8. drillled in, indeed! A wince and a smile.

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    1. Thanks, Buffy! At least I got you to smile under your wince. :)

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  9. What fun! And oh, that lesson drilled in. Ouch!

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    1. Thanks, Kay! Indeed, painful lessons are usually lasting. ;)

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  10. Oh, the need for really good dental care! Because who wants to get their tooth drilled. I am so glad we were able to put sealants on our child's teeth. I am running to brush and floss right now!!! Janet Clare F.

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    1. Thanks, Janet! Sealant was a great invention - my girls benefited too. :)

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  11. I love this Bridget. So clever. Thanks for the smile.

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    1. Thanks, Sally! I love to 'see' your pearly whites! ;)

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  12. This makes me laugh! Drilled! That's a hard way to learn a lesson. Ha!

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  13. You are the Wordplay Queen, m'dear! Sounds like a fun project for this month. I'll try to keep up!

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    1. Thanks, Michelle! I'd love to have you come round all month, m'dear! :)

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