Slipping off roofs like silken lingerie,
thin sheets of snow drip into gushing gutters.
Wow, Erin. Such beautiful poetry. I marvel at the way you and others use language that is so luscious. I’m writing this one in my notebook. Thanks for brightening my day. Love it!!
Amazing–the imagery is stunning, in part because it is so simply written. Bravo!
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Erin Mahollitz is an international teacher currently teaching 4th Grade in Oakland, CA. She specializes in inquiry-based instruction, technology integration and social & emotional education.
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