When Green Becomes Tomatoes: Poems for All Seasons

When Green Becomes Tomatoes: Poems for All Seasons Author Julie Fogliano
ISBN-10 9781596438521
Release 2016-03-01
Publisher Roaring Brook Press
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december 29
and i woke to a morning
that was quiet and white
the first snow
(just like magic) came on tip toes
overnight

Flowers blooming in sheets of snow make way for happy frogs dancing in the rain. Summer swims move over for autumn sweaters until the snow comes back again. In Julie Fogliano's skilled hand and illustrated by Julie Morstad's charming pictures, the seasons come to life in this gorgeous and comprehensive book of poetry.



Julie Andrews' Treasury for All Seasons: Poems and Songs to Celebrate the Year

Julie Andrews' Treasury for All Seasons: Poems and Songs to Celebrate the Year Author Julie Andrews
ISBN-10 9780316040518
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Publisher Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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A vast array of poems old and new joyously celebrates each special day of the year, telling of New Year's resolutions, Valentine's Day love, Easter parades, Fourth of July fireworks, and more. From the cold of winter to the new hope of spring, the brisk fall to the steamy summer, Caldecott Honor illustrator Marjorie Priceman's vibrant watercolor paintings ring in every month of the year, bringing each season to joyful life. Featuring verse from favorites like Walt Whitman, Jack Prelutsky, and Langston Hughes and poetic lyrics from the likes of Cole Porter and Oscar Hammerstein, plus heartfelt introductions by Julie Andrews describing favorite family holiday moments, this is the perfect collection for families to share together.



The Four Seasons: Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets Series)

The Four Seasons: Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets Series) Author
ISBN-10 9780307268341
Release 2008-06-03
Publisher Everyman's Library
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For the poet, even the most minute details of the natural world are starting points for flights of the imagination, and the pages of this collection celebrating the four seasons are brimming with an extraordinary range of observation and imagery. 

Here are poets past and present, from Chaucer, Shakespeare, and Wordsworth to Whitman, Dickinson, and Thoreau, from Keats, Blake, and Hopkins to Elizabeth Bishop, Ted Hughes, Amy Clampitt, Mary Oliver, and W. S. Merwin. Here are poems that speak of the seasons as measures of earthly time or as states of mind or as the physical expressions of the ineffable. From Robert Frost’s tribute to the evanescence of spring in “Nothing Gold Can Stay” to Langston Hughes’s moody “Summer Night” in Harlem, from the “stopped woods” in Marie Ponsot’s “End of October” to the chilling “mind of winter” in Wallace Stevens’s “The Snow Man,” the poems in this volume engage vividly with the seasons and, through them, with the ways in which we understand and engage the world outside ourselves.



Seasons: A Book of Poems

Seasons: A Book of Poems Author Charlotte Zolotow
ISBN-10 9780060266981
Release 2002-03-05
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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There is a special kind of quiet
every household knows
we hear it in our sleep
the first night it snows

In her first book written for beginning readers, Charlotte Zolotow's poetry evokes -- with her signature warmth and insight -- the highlights and emotions of a child's year. Erik Blegvad's drawings masterfully portray the scenes of nature, family, friendship, and solitude.



Weather: Poems for All Seasons

Weather: Poems for All Seasons Author Lee Bennett Hopkins
ISBN-10 9780064441919
Release 1995-04-28
Publisher HarperCollins
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"From the catchy nonsense of X. J. Kennedy's 'Snowflake Souffle' to the simple, surprising imagery of Valerie Worth's 'Sun' to Hopkins's own onomatopoeic 'Thunder,' the short lines, satisfying rhyme, and physicalness of the words can lure beginning readers—and also younger listeners—to the joy of sounds that make sense."—BL.



Robert Frost: Seasons : Poems

Robert Frost: Seasons : Poems Author Robert Frost
ISBN-10 9781567311037
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Publisher Mjf Books
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From the publication of his first volume of poetry in 1913 to his participation in the presidential inauguration of John F. Kennedy, Robert Frost and his poetry have epitomized the American affinity for plain speaking, nature, and the land. Now his poetry is accompanied by 65 breathtaking color photographs--grouped by season--that evoke this same tranquil beauty.



The Four Seasons: Poems [4 SEASONSEVL PCKT]

The Four Seasons: Poems [4 SEASONSEVL PCKT] Author J. D. McClatchy
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Publisher Everyman's Library
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Shakespeare's Seasons

Shakespeare's Seasons Author Miriam Weiner
ISBN-10 9781935703570
Release 2012-03-27
Publisher Downtown Bookworks
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Get a taste of Shakespeare with unique kid appeal.

Carefully curated excerpts from Shakespeare's works accompany spectacular art to illustrate the seasons. Familiar lines such as "Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate" are included along with elegant selections from King Lear, The Winter's Tale, The Tempest, and other famous plays and sonnets. A stunning and simple first taste of Shakespeare, this truly special book will appeal to parents and teachers as well as to children.



Sharing the Seasons: A Book of Poems

Sharing the Seasons: A Book of Poems Author
ISBN-10 9781416902102
Release 2010-03-09
Publisher Margaret K. McElderry Books
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Combining a diverse selection of classic quotations and forty-eight poems, twelve for each of the four seasons, with the energetic and colorful paintings of a Caldecott Medal winning illustratror, this is the definitive collection of poems about the seasons for children and adults. Spring births a polliwog that becomes a "full frog"; in summer, wildflowers choreograph an extravaganza; autumn's apples are found in generations of people's pockets; and winter's snowfall makes inanimate objects more beautiful than we could ever imagine. In addition to master poets Carl Sandburg, Richard Brautigan, Joseph Bruhac, and Karla Kuskin, twnety-nine of the poems have been especially commissioned by a host of contemporary poets such as Rebecca Kai Dotlich, Joan Bransfield Graham, J. Patrick Lewis, and Marilyn Singer.

The exciting, bold palette of Caldecott Medallist David Diaz brings the seasons to life and asks us to look at the seasons all over again, for the first time.



Remnants of a Season: The Collected Poems of Robert N. Taylor

Remnants of a Season: The Collected Poems of Robert N. Taylor Author Robert N. Taylor
ISBN-10 9780972029278
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Publisher Dominion / ULTRA
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Robert N. Taylor was born in 1945, and grew up in a working-class neighborhood on the south side of Chicago. As a member of both the psychedelic underground as well as the anti-communist paramilitary organization The Minutemen, Taylor participated directly in the violent social upheavals of the 1960s. In 1969, he started the music group Changes with his cousin Nicholas Tesluk. After its revival in 1996, the group would go on to become a seminal part of the American apocalyptic folk genre. Taylor was also an early exponent of Germanic heathenry, or Asatru, in North America, and is the founder of the Wulfing Tribe. An accomplished writer and graphic artist, his ideas continue to resonate throughout the subcultural underground. Issued on the occasion of Robert N. Taylor's seventieth birthday, Remnants of a Season is the first major retrospective of Taylor's poetry. Published as a handsome clothbound volume featuring a stamped cover, black endsheets, and archival-quality paper, the book also includes a new introduction by TYR editor Joshua Buckley, illustrations, a select bibliography of Taylor's published work, and a discography of his music. Now available in a limited edition of 500 hand-numbered copies, Remnants of a Season is sure to become a sought-after collector's item, and is a fitting tribute to a fascinating, if little-known, figure on the outer fringes of American culture.



The Seasons A poem

The Seasons  A poem Author James Thomson
ISBN-10 UOMDLP:aep1638:0001.001
Release 1854
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The seasons

The seasons Author James Thomson
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105005436584
Release 1852
Pages 168
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The seasons a poem

The seasons  a poem Author Oliver Raymond
ISBN-10 OXFORD:600084125
Release 1878
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The Sea Sons

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James Thomson s Defence of Poetry

James Thomson s Defence of Poetry Author Stefanie Lethbridge
ISBN-10 9783110913682
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 287
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This study presents a contextual and intertextual reading of James Thomson's (1700--1748) poem »The Seasons«, taking into consideration some of the presuppositions and habitus of the text's cultural community and the function of the poem's many intertextual allusions. An intertextual reading reveals »The Seasons«, though heterogeneous on its surface, as coherent in its cultural functionality. An analysis of the poem's intertext uncovers textual strategies that attempt to re-legitimise poetic discourse as a culturally relevant force especially in relation to the newly privileged discourse of natural philosophy.



Sharing the Seasons

Sharing the Seasons Author Lee Bennett Hopkins
ISBN-10 9781416902102
Release 2010-03-09
Pages 96
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A collection of 48 poems, 12 for each of the seasons.



Seasons

Seasons Author Charlotte Zolotow
ISBN-10 0060266988
Release 2002
Pages 64
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An easy reader captures the feelings of children as they experience the beauty of each season through lyrical words and gentle pen-and-ink illustrations.



Sounding the Seasons

Sounding the Seasons Author Malcolm Guite
ISBN-10 9781848252745
Release 2012
Pages 108
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A resource for worship throughout the Christian year, the Cambridge priest, author, poet and singer/songwriter Malcolm Guite has transposed seventy readings from the lectionary into lucid, inspiring poems that can be incorporated into regular worship and seasonal services, read meditatively or used creatively on retreats and quiet days. Already widely recognised, Malcolm's writing has been acclaimed by Rowan Williams and Luci Shaw, two leading contemporary religious poets. Seven Advent poems from this collection will appear in the next edition of Penguin's (US) Best Spiritual Writing edited by Philip Zaleski, alongside the work of writers such as Seamus Heaney and Annie Dillard. A selection of Holy Week and Easter poems appeared in the Easter issue of the Church Times this year.



When Green Becomes Tomatoes

When Green Becomes Tomatoes Author Julie Fogliano
ISBN-10 9781626727045
Release 2016-03-01
Pages 56
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december 29 and i woke to a morning that was quiet and white the first snow (just like magic) came on tip toes overnight Flowers blooming in sheets of snow make way for happy frogs dancing in the rain. Summer swims move over for autumn sweaters until the snow comes back again. In Julie Fogliano's skilled hand and illustrated by Julie Morstad's charming pictures, the seasons come to life in this gorgeous and comprehensive book of poetry.



And Short the Season Poems

And Short the Season  Poems Author Maxine Kumin
ISBN-10 9780393241006
Release 2014-04-07
Pages 112
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A collection of poems includes musings on mortality, politics, mythology, modern life, and the duality of the violent and tender natures of humans.



Poetry Please The Seasons

Poetry Please  The Seasons Author Various Poets
ISBN-10 9780571325467
Release 2015-11-03
Pages 144
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This new anthology of poems, favourites from the nation's longest-running and best-loved request programme for verse, moves with the seasons, following the turning year from John Clare's 'pale splendour of the winter sun' to John Keats's 'Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness', by way of Larkin's 'young-leafed June' and Gerard Manley Hopkins' 'glassy peartree leaves and blooms' when 'Nothing is so beautiful as Spring'. As the year changes, so we change with it. Since time out of mind our daily lives have been shaped and directed by the seasons, and it is here that we find poems about harvest and hardship, growth and new life, the warmth of the life-giving sun, Christmas and the closing of the year. Poetry Please: Seasonal Poems is a vital and generous gathering to treasure.



The Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Author J. D. McClatchy
ISBN-10 9780307268341
Release 2008
Pages 256
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Capturing the diverse sights, sounds, metaphors, and meanings of the seasons of the year, a compilation of poetry ranges from the medieval period to the modern day in works by Chaucer, Shakespeare, Whitman, Dickinson, Keats, Blake, Thoreau, Frost, Merwin, and many others. 10,000 first printing.



The Seasons of Yes

The Seasons of Yes Author Lorraine Schechter
ISBN-10 086534602X
Release 2007-08
Pages 96
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Lorraine Schechter's poems, like the seasons, come in cycles. In the twenty plus years she's been writing poetry, she has enjoyed fertile periods filled with words, interspersed with the language of paint, and more recently, the cello. Like the seasons of her beloved New Mexico, her poems offer a rich range of color, mood, and texture. "This collection of poems comes from a six-year period when the need to write was as urgent as the need for water or food," she says. "I wrote almost daily, much of the time in my journal, but also in the language of rhythm and image joined with the pleasure in word and sound that said 'poem.' The themes are those of a woman at mid-life and reveal my passions: art and nature, family and friends, meditation and yoga." Inspired by her close connection to the earth, immersed in her work in the studio, and committed to her meditation/yoga practice, Lorraine Schechter is a woman who says YES to life. Lorraine Schechter received an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Fine Arts. She lived in the south of France and the hills of northwestern Connecticut before settling in Santa Fe in 1988. Her mixed media paintings, prints, and constructions are in museum, corporate and private collections throughout the United States. The Museum of Modern Art was the original publisher of her innovative collection of paper sculpture card designs. Her poems have appeared in literary and on-line poetry reviews including the Santa Fe Poetry Broadside, Borderlands: The Texas Poetry Review, Clackamas Literary Review, and numerous poetry anthologies. She is a winner of the Recursos/Southwest Writers Discovery Contest. An arts educator for more than thirty-five years, she recently stepped down as Arts Education Coordinator for the Santa Fe Arts Commission where she developed and directed ArtWorks, a progressive program providing arts education to more than 5,000 Santa Fe elementary school children. She continues to teach and consult in arts education and program development.



The seasons a poem

The seasons a poem Author James Thomson
ISBN-10 BL:A0017871860
Release 1788
Pages 188
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Wallace Stevens and the Seasons

Wallace Stevens and the Seasons Author George S. Lensing
ISBN-10 0807129720
Release 2004-04-01
Pages 392
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The sylphs of the seasons

The sylphs of the seasons Author Washington Allston
ISBN-10 UCAL:B3575686
Release 1813
Pages 168
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Seasons of the Word

Seasons of the Word Author Hilmi Yavuz
ISBN-10 0815608799
Release 2007
Pages 117
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Hilmi Yavuz is among Turkey's most celebrated poets. His poetry, at once cerebral and intensely emotional, has been translated into several languages but never, until now, into English. Walter G. Andrews' translations bring to the English-speaking world a glimpse into the complex and expressive poetry of Yavuz, introducing traditional Ottoman forms and themes into a familiar poetic landscape and opening a door of understanding to Western readers. While the poems featured in this volume are well able to stand alone, collected together they reveal the organic and developmental relationship between Yavuz's language and his self-expression. Barry Tharaud provides an insightful afterword, discussing Yavuz's work within the world of Turkish poetry and making a convincing plea for the importance of literature in translation. This volume will be of significant interest to anthologists, cultural and literary historians, and poetry lovers as well.