Saturday, April 5, 2014

Introducing Poetry Monster

Poetry Monster is pleased to make your acquaintance!

Today our dapper, devil-may-care monster has headed into poems by William Carlos Williams and e.e. cummings. In the first case, he's obviously repentant. In the second, why does the Poetry Monster fear no fate? Because "you are my fate,my sweet"!


by Tabatha and Elena Y.



by Tabatha and Elena Y.


8 comments:

LInda Baie said...

Are these online, or actual collages & then photos, Tabatha. So fun. Maybe I'll introduce that poetry monster to the primary kids next week?

Diane Mayr said...

Love them both, but especially the plum one! Nice job!

Tabatha said...

Thanks, Linda and Diane! I cut the collages, and then Elena added the text.

Pop and Papa said...


These are wonderful, Tabatha and Elena. A real treat for the eyes...and great for taking us to some beautiful poetry.

Robyn Hood Black said...

Oh what fun! Thanks for sharing this monstrous burst of joint creativity. :0)

Michelle Heidenrich Barnes said...

These are wonderful-- what fun!

Author Amok said...

Love these collages, Tabatha. Maybe you and Elena will design the next NPM poster. (Or a children's version of the NPM poster?!)

Joy said...

These poetry monsters are wonderful. Well done. Does the poetry monster ride in a wet wheel barrow next?
I love this. How clever of you.