A moss-hung bayou
has a coot-spooky feel.
It's a gator-gliding,
where snakes a-sliding,
give it squeal appeal.
© 2020 by B.J. Lee. All rights reserved.
Buffy Silverman has challenged us to write a poem that uses combined or invented words. Click HERE for more details and to read this month's Spotlight ON interview.
Post your poem on our February 2020 padlet. All contributions will be included in a wrap-up celebration on Friday, February 28th, and one lucky participant will win a personalized copy of her nonfiction poetry picture book from Millbrook Press: