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Years Come and Gone Are Personified by Amy Ludwig Vanderwater

Posted by lindamartinandersen on January 2, 2015

A Writer's Playground Fotosearch_u17996074“Years Come and Gone Are Personified by Amy Ludwig Vanderwater”

I’d rate this poem a ten.  A must see!  Amy Ludwig Vanderwater is a poet I recommend you know, if you don’t already.  I just found this gem in my inbox and wanted to share it with you.


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8 Responses to “Years Come and Gone Are Personified by Amy Ludwig Vanderwater”

  1. amyludwigvanderwater said

    Thank you so much, Linda! I am glad you liked this – those old years just showed up on their own. Funny how that happens in writing! Happy New Year to you and yours!

  2. Lovely poem. thanks for sharing it with us!

  3. Thanks for introducing Amy Ludwig Vanderwater to me Linda. I love poetry, but need more learning to write a good poem. Writers like Amy or Linda Vigen Philips or Nikki Grimes who can write whole novels in verse fill me with awe and comfort. Sarah

  4. This is lovely!!! I love to read and write poetry. This one is one I wish I had written myself! 🙂

    • I’m glad you enjoyed the poem and wished you had written it. Good one! Amy has several poetry books and a picture book contract was just announced. I love her blog. Maybe you’d like to sign up for it too. Thanks for commenting. Always great to hear from you!

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