National Poetry Month: Poem 23 of 30
My students have been collecting ideas for poetry in their writer's notebooks. This week we were talking about some of our favorite things. I was reminded of this quilt (and my grandma who made it). We will soon take some of these ideas and turn them into poems. I thought I'd get started here.
Double Wedding Ring Quilt
worn out pants
by caring hands
piece by piece
stitch by stitch
day by day.
useful once again
as the quilter
brings them together
one new story.
© Cathy L. Mere
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