Friday, September 11, 2015
Good News Friday!
Erica Sisavat, who teaches a poetry class at Imagine!'s CORE/Labor Source Program in Longmont, shared the following poem, which blossomed from the combined imaginations of Dawn, Neal and Autumn. The group wrote the poem after studying the “Jabberwocky” in Erica’s class. Please enjoy.
Thank you Dawn, Neil, and Autumn for sharing your creativity with us!
Slurpy in the Woods, with the Bogre, and the Wooker
The bogre went blurpy
Through the thistleweed
It tickled his lurp and he blurped
Thappy was he
He meets the wooker in the woods
They bliply went glurp about their day
And wavelled in the sun
You can tell by the way they herp
That they were wide awake
Out there in the forest of feelings
We hear a plurp, plurp, plurp
They saw a care-a-lot
Swing a big sword
They hurt, the luppy lumps
The luppy lumps, they yissed
“Watch out for the sword”!
The bogre and the wooker ran
In a cabin in the woods
They locked the door with a key
And safe and sound were they
As they breathed a sigh of relief