Shel Silverstein - underface - I used to love his books as a kid
All Things Shel Silverstein
Ten years after his heartbreaking children's book The Giving Tree was published, Shel Silverstein's editor Ursula Nordstrom at Harper & Row convinced the author to write a book of poetry. In Silverstein released Where the Sidewalk Ends, and
The Clock Man ~Shel Silverstein kinda sad:(
No Difference ~ Shel Silverstein
All Things Shel Silverstein poem
The Oak and the Rose. My favorite Shel Silverstien poem.
Forgotten Language -Shel Silverstone beautiful my favorite poem
the voice - Shel Silverstein - Could use a poem to inspire a piece of art work. A second section could be first creating a piece of art, then writing a poem to go with it.
This makes me think of my dad when he dedicated "Where The Sidewalk Ends" to me at the Cotton Belt library in grade :) And he had the BEST laugh in the world.
My all time favorite Shel Silverstein poem
Shel Silverstein: Batty The baby bat Screamed out in fright, "Turn on the dark, I'm afraid of the light.
This was one of my favorite poems as a kid and I swore that my children would have every book that Shel Silverstein ever wrote.
Losing Pieces - Shel Silverstein (loved my heart out, danced my legs to pieces, wrote my soul dry, dreamed my dreams away.
"Yesees and Noees" Shel Silverstein Make your own choices at parties - alcohol awareness.