Poetry: The Lighter Side of Silliness Blog Tour

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Blurb: Poetry: The Lighter Side of Silliness
On the following pages you will read some downright silly, funny, crazy, mysterious, strange, odd and different poems.
“A Feared Man” was written for my oldest daughter KayCee and for her love for, no other than Harry Potter.
“A Treasury Past” is a poem I wrote one rainy day when I actually had more than five minutes to myself and I wanted a epic poem.
“Kiss Attack” came from game my youngest use to play; he would grab our faces and yell KISS ATTACK!!! Then he would kiss us when he was a toddler.
”Lindy” is about a stuff blue puppy that was given to me before my youngest was born and how special it is to him still today.

“Stinky Toes” was written one day after my older son had taken his old shoes off and his feet stuck so badly!
Each of these poems in the book all have some sort of connection to our family and home. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did in writing them!





Jeniann Bowers Bio:
Jeniann is also a seven time self-published poetess. Her books have been in the top ten best-selling list on Amazon in the past and her current ratings stand at 4.5. She has published the following books: Expressions on Life Book One, Expressions and Letters, Phraseology and Letters, Collection of 25 Days of Christmas Poetry, and her recently re-release of Poems, Dreams & More, Poetry Is...???, Poems, Dreams, & More Vol.2. She is always busy writing, reading & reviewing books for other authors and poets.

Jeniann is the owner of Poetry is...which is a blogging business of her own personal poetry and also a blog to help spread the word of poetry and teach the world that poetry is an excellent choice to write and read. Jeniann is a firm advocate for poetry publishing and writing poetry.

Jeniann also writes under the names Stacie & Sweet Willow where she blogs for Double Decker Books while researching & writing on her own.
 
Spotlight Poem:
Spring Dance
Rain falls at my feet,
Splish, Splash,
What a treat
Spring bash
 
Spring is here
With a cheer
That old man winter is gone
Up at dawn
To splish and splash
Mud puddle dash
 

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