This is fun:
If you need a break from serious blogging, try some fun poetry with Wendy’s challenge.
I commented on Denise’s blog [read how she helped a new blogger get started here] to snag screenshots of five anti-spam words [see image above].
the melody of fab lutes
drew us to a friendly fair
with new delights to share;
a pop named ‘mr milked’—
a flowing liquid, like silk,
tempted tongues to taste
(regular, slim, or hearty)
in mild, sweet, or tarty
to which one friend with puzzled grin
squeaked: “tis only my cat this be pawing in”
@grammasheri Anti-Spam Poetry
Try your own Anti-spam poem. Find a website that uses this type of Anti-spam. Refresh it 5 times and use those words to write a poem or a letter.
Thanks to @wentale: Link:
Check out #MoDigiWri [for more digital writing] for a few more anti-spam poetry fun and add yours!
It’s a nice break from the serious and is a great way to challenge students as well.
This post is part of a 30-day challenge to reflectively write and post at least 150 words with the hashtag #modigiwri, which started with Anna here. Join us and here goes!
I’ve also joined the #blogging28 challenge by Edublogs, thanks to Denise’s tweet.
See participants in sidebar.