Monday Musings: National Poetry Month

p graphic.PNGToday is the last day of National Poetry Month.  Three to four times a week during National Poetry Month, I shared poetry that spoke to me.  Each Tuesday, the poem I read was a poem I wrote and had published.  Below, I have included the links to all the poems I shared just in case you missed any.

In case you were curious, the most viewed/read poem across various platforms was “Life at My Failing School.”

Enjoy and happy poetry reading!

March 30, 2018 National Reading Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Harlem
April 3, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Not Because We are Black
April 4, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Where the Sidewalk Ends
April 5, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Annabel Lee
April 6, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – The Desert is My Mother
April 10, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Life at My Failing School
April 11, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – The Boy Died in My Alley
April 12, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Snowflakes
April 17, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Progress
April 18, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – How Do I Love Thee
April 19, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – I May, I Might, I Must
April 20, 2018 National Poetry Month:  JJ Reads – Mommies
April 24, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Busy Busy Bee
April 25, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Okay, Brown Girl, Okay
April 26, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – The Firefly
April 27, 2018 National Poetry Month:  Educator Barnes Reads – Bronx Masquerade
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