“Twas a lovely day, no? Made lovelier by the poetry walk, yes?
For those of you who had better things to do, and for those of you who weren’t paying attention, I figured I’d throw a little recap in here, or better yet, throw in the chance for you to tell the story of The Poetry Walk (featuring Metaphor).
Here’s how it will work, in my blue sky scenario:
I will identify the stops we made on our way to the metaphor, and you will tell the story of one of the stops, or write a bit of what you learned as Mr. McAteer alternately lectured and got weird.
How can you contribute? Glad you asked. There are two ways. The easiest way is to click on the comment button at the bottom of the post and start writing.
If you want to get intricate about things, maybe throw in an image and a hyperlink or two, then you can log in to the website using the Log In button to the right. Back in August, I sent you a username and password for the site. You can log in, click on the Dashboard, and click on Post – Add New. To upload images, you can click on the upload link just above the headline box; to hyperlink, click on the chain button hidden among the buttons at the top of the post box.
So for those of you who dare to take up the challenge, here we go:
- Weed pulling
- Flag on a flag pole
- Snuggling vines
- Beautiful birds
- Leaf colors
- A text
- Two roads diverged
- A stone wall interrupted by a running trail
- The Metaphor
- Vines in disguise
Thanks for playing our game. See you in class.