Poetry Month has arrived again.
My poster came in the mail today. Thanks, Penguin.
This year I asked my friends and colleagues
to consider this question:
I know what Ponyboy Curtis would choose.
So far, I have posted the following answers in our hallway:
|"The Bagel" from Grace|
|"And Your Soul Shall Dance" from Susan|
|"The Girl Who Loved the Sky" from Susan|
|"The Swing" from Julie & "No Man is an Island" from Michele|
|Beth and I both like "Forever Young." It was on the first final exam I ever gave.|
|"You've Got A Friend" from Trish; "I Can See Clearly Now" from Jeff.|
|"Child of the Wild Blue Yonder" from Jennifer' "You Can Do Magic" from Heather.|
|"Phenomenal Woman" from Kate; "Alone" from Anne.|
|Everyone wants to to enjoy 24 hours of "Happy."|
"Daffodils" from Susan; "To Live is to Fly" from Rob.
|"It Don't Come Easy" from Donna; "Just A Girl" from Lori.|
|"One of These Things First" from Chris; "Eyes of the World" from Beth.|
|"The Road Not Taken" from Ruth, Alice & Laura.|
|"You Can't Hurry Love" from Joyce.|
We still have room for you!
If you would like to replicate this display, all you need are manilla folders, a glue stick, a stapler, scrapbook paper, multicolor printer paper, scissors, a photocopier, a printer and a few pals.
You can make QR codes here.
The ones I used here connect to performances of the songs on YouTube.
We have compiled a Spotify playlist for you to listen to here.