Poems so far:
Girl in a Yellow Dress after "A Girl in a Yellow Dress, 1917" by Amedeo Modigliani
When the Stars Come to Town after "Cafe Terrace at Night" by Vincent van Gogh
On a Golden Day in May after "Checkered House" by Grandma Moses
Beach Time after "Children Playing on the Beach" by Mary Cassatt
Backstage after "Dancers in Green and Yellow" by Edgar Degas.
"So Many Suns" after Kohbar of Mithila"To an Olive Tree" after Olive Trees with Yellow Sky and Sun by Vincent van Gogh
"Three Black Cats" after Three Black Cats by Maud Lewis
Today's piece is "Mrs. Cassatt Reading to her Grandchildren" by Mary Cassatt.
When Grandma Reads
- after "Mrs. Cassatt Reading to her Grandchildren" by Mary Cassatt
Please, I say
please don't stop!
I've got to know:
does the boy
find his Pop?
Will the weather hold?
the buried gold?
I used to complain
about the train's
but when Grandma reads,
the ride is never
- Irene Latham
Wondering and Wandering for the latest line in our Progressive Poem!