Follow-up to a Little Girl’s Poetry


Yesterday, I posted two poems by my eight-year-old daughter. Just a few follow-up notes on that.

One, the post yesterday received more hits than any post on this blog for the past couple months. Interesting.

Two, Caroline’s poetry caught the eye of my friend Glynn Young, an editor at the online publication Tweetspeak. He was so impressed he decided to feature Caroline’s poems on the website for National Poetry Month. You can see Caroline’s first publishing credit here. Why not stop by, leave a comment, and encourage a budding poet.

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Posted on April 21, 2011, in Family, Poetry. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. WOW, Caroline! This is wonderful! Good for you. I knew when I read them that they were extraordinarily special. Keep thinking and writing.

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  2. Way to go Caroline!!!! Great job and keep it up. I am getting your Dads new book today, cant wait to read your first one!!!!

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  3. WOW!! What more can I say? WOW!!

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