DOGSPEAK: Getting to the Point

Happy National Poetry Month!

Smidgey continues to enjoy the limelight...


 ...Me? Not so much.

Well, that is not entirely true.

I love making people laugh. (Myself included.)

But sometimes I am self conscious.

Insecure.

Fearful.

These videos are a delight to make. (So much so that I literally LOL during the process.)

And after I finish I am proud...for a minute.

But then I worry.

Does my voice really sound like that?

Am I weird to put this into the world?

Is my poetry good enough to be among *real* poets?

Maybe I should leave it in a draft folder and call it a day...

But then I look at Smidgey's tiny furry face

And I know someone in the world needs to see the joy she brings. 

Needs to hear her *ahem* voice.

Needs a few minutes of silly dog respite from their worries.

Which brings us to the here and now.

To the POINT of this post... a short and sweet video. (It will prove my point.)

(short + sweet = Smidgey)

Smidgey's Identity Crisis Poetry Series, 

Episode 2: Smidgey-who? Smidgey-ku!



 

Thank you for each and every comment on my blog. 

I read them to Smidgey and she gobbles up your kind words like a cheese-filled treat. 🧀

Winners have been chosen!

I am waiting to hear back from two lucky email subscribers who have each won a beautiful hardback copy of my 10.10 Poetry Anthology. (for April 1st and today's drawings)

There will be three more chances to win during National Poetry Month. 

Yay for a 5 Friday month!

Not a subscriber? Sign up (upper right hand corner ) and be eligible for next week's hardback 10.10 Poetry Anthology giveaway.

Janice is interviewing David Elliot at Salt City Verse! She also happens to be the host of this week's Poetry Friday round up!



 

 

 

 

 

And for a complete listing of the NPM awesomeness happening in the kidlitosphere, go to Jama’s Alphabet Soup

Jama is everything that is good in the world.



 




Do you want to be a part of my next poetry anthology, Two Truths and a Fib

Submission guidelines are here and here

I look forward to reading your words!