Camp NaNoWriMo Day 26: How to Homeschool – a Poem in Lockdown

The month is almost over, and I’ve managed to write about 4,000 words of poetry! Today’s poem came from my frustration about people too offhandedly saying they are homeschooling. I was homeschooled for eight years of my education, and it has really shaped me. Now, in an unprecedented time where most students are participating inContinue reading “Camp NaNoWriMo Day 26: How to Homeschool – a Poem in Lockdown”

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 24: My book titles are creating more poetry

My books have taken over my blog once again and they have something to say! I love this little message their titles create – it seems hopeful to me. What images does it conjure for you?   in a split second the light between worlds unraveled, a tangle of gold crossed shadows. all these livesContinue reading “Camp NaNoWriMo Day 24: My book titles are creating more poetry”

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 23: “We All Want Someone to Blame” – a poem

  One week left of StayHomeRhymeMo! This is such a great habit-maker. We’ll see if I can get to the end of the month without running out of ideas! We all want someone to blame. a poem by Lauren Hallstrom   We all want to turn away from the broken window and look over ourContinue reading “Camp NaNoWriMo Day 23: “We All Want Someone to Blame” – a poem”