Word Banquet (2009) age:8

I grow strong

On this diet of words

The most satisfying meal

Feasting on knowledge

Dining each day

On letters

And a poem for dessert

*Published in Amazing Kids! magazine

* Published in Expressions Creative Art/Writing (Mensa)

* Poem of the day on Shreve Memorial Library’s Electronic Poetry Network    May 2010

* Published in Creative Kids magazine

40 thoughts on “Word Banquet (2009) age:8

  1. Isabella, this is awesome! I only just found this blog today, and I wish I had found it sooner!! Your poems are wonderful as always, and the clothing is better than some store-bought things I’ve seen! Keep rockin!
    -Ian

  2. I just found your blog, and I wanted to say, I wish that I had found it sooner! You have a wonderful, excellent blog! Keep up the good work! 🙂

  3. This is delightful and also very true. If you love words, they are a feast for daily hunger.
    Very lovely imagery even more so for its simplicity. I can see you have a wonderful future ahead of you in whatever field you chose to follow. 🙂 Thanks for visiting me.

  4. A poetess that I am pleased to share words with. They are a feast aren’t they! Composed beautifully Isabella. My thanks for stopping in and reading ‘Blind Tenets’ look forward to seeing more of your talent. ~ Rose

  5. Poems are more than just a dessert. You eat dessert, and the taste fades, but a poem–a poem you can come back to, the taste will not fade. You can keep a poem with you by memorizing it. And you can write poetry, that delicious fact of life.
    True, even if you read the same poem over, it will not taste exactly the same. But that is the joy in words, that as you change, they are the same, but you can see them differently.
    Does this comment make sense only to me?

  6. Greeting,

    It has been a fantastic experience with you being part of Jingle Poetry Community,

    Your poetry is sunshine to us,

    Hope all is well,
    share and have fun with our 48 poetry potluck today if you could.

    Bless you,
    with my best regards and gratitude.
    Morning!
    xoxox

    hope to see you share, old poems are welcome as well.

  7. Thanks for “liking” my blog, Isabella! Not sure I know exactly what that means (beyond the obvious), but I appreciate the thought.

    You show a lot of talent. Keep up the good work!

    Best,

    Marc C.

  8. Isabella, I look forward to watch you grow and create. You have many gifts and the “arts” will be richer for having you sprinkle your talents in every direction!

  9. Hi there Isabella!
    I’ve just popped in to let you know that I nominated you for the Liebster Award! 🙂 You can check out my blog to see exactly why I nominated you and also most importantly, what the award entails. All the best xx

  10. Hi Isabelle, Thank you for stopping by on my blog and letting me know you like my poems. I have been browsing on your weblog and you are an amazing artist! Keep up the good work. Ciao, Francina

  11. Isabella, I popped by your site via my phone the other day when you subscribed. I couldn’t leave a message at the time. I am excited to find you, your art, words, and spirit. I have been in love with the arts since I was very young. It is like my life’s companion. What a great venue for sharing what you love!

    • Gracias !!! This is the best Christmas gift ever !!! Thanks for your super amazing talent and honoring me 🙂 You are sooooo amazing !! Thank you thank you thank you —- a million thank you’s

  12. oh, i love this imagery!
    as a poetess and chef couldn’t think in anything better as poetry for dessert! 😉
    i’ll put a link for you on my blogroll, ok?
    cheers!

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