There are so many great poems, written by girls just like you, on New Moon, I could never name them all! But here are some shout outs for just a few of the fabulous poems submitted over the weekend:
I loved seeing this historical poem, “To Augustus,” by Emily from Alabama. I thought it was so interesting how she wrote the poem from the perspective of a citizen of Rome. If you check out Emily’s Stuff, you’ll see writing is an important part of her identity. She shares tons of beautiful writing with New Moon Girls, so check it out, and give her a sticker to let her know you appreciate her great talent! And if the topic of life in ancient Rome interests you, check out the video Roman Amphitheatre by New Moon Girl Media staff member, Autumn.
Another poem I spotted this weekend was “Rejoice!” by Emma of Alabama. This reminded me to look on the bright side. We all need that reminder sometimes! For more of Emma’s poems, check our her stuff, and sticker Emma to let her know what you thought.
And my last poetry shout out for today goes to “Pencils Are Possibilities” by Eleanor of Arizona. This poem is a tribute to the world of potential a pencil holds when in the hands of a creative individual. Check out more of Eleanor’s Stuff, leave her a sticker, and then pick up your own pencil (or computer keyboard) and share your poetry with us at New Moon Girls!
I’ll be giving poetry shout outs all this week! Give your shout outs too by leaving stickers and comments!