First Book

New books for kids in need.

  1. sereenazy reblogged this from firstbook and added:
    I’m pretty sure I’ve shared mine, but here it is again: "1999" Kevin A. Gonzalez We were driving to your funeral & our...
  2. rosiesdoctorremade answered: Invitation by Shel Silverstien
  3. heidifullersocial answered: Ample Make This Bed, Emily Dickenson
  4. lifeeassiiknowwitt answered: "A Line-Storm Song" by Robert Frost
  5. opheliassuicide answered: Phenomenal Woman
  6. thedevilanddeepbluesea answered: "You Can Have It" by Philip Levine
  7. aprilflor answered: "The Moon is Always Female," by Marge Piercy
  8. khayerentarroyo answered: if your hungry eat yourself..
  9. lark86 answered: Parsley’s Ghastly.
  10. catcat8023 answered: Before the bed the moonlight, and doubt is the ground frost
  11. janinecrazy18 answered: lol
  12. sleepintodream answered: Desiderata ^__^
  13. dreamychaos answered: Beowulf
  14. kattra answered: pretty much anything by andrea gibson or kelsey rakes.
  15. sara1una answered: prufrock!
  16. beatzilla21 answered: "Oh How I Loved Her"-Lord Byron
  17. jinkhet answered: "Crossroads" by W.B. Yeats
  18. cupcakeface answered: Anything by Robert Frost!
  19. invisiblespoopymoose said: Invictus by William Earnest Henly. Forgot to include his name. Sorry.
  20. invisiblespoopymoose answered: Invictus. I also love Shel Silverstein.
  21. solangenoir answered: The Passionate Shepherd to His Love by Marlowe
  22. waitinginavalon answered: Lady of Shalott
  23. pinkslipplanet answered: A Noiseless Patient Spider by Walt Whitman
  24. sswslitinmotion reblogged this from firstbook and added:
    (Reblogging this item from firstbook). I can’t believe that it’s already April. And, yes: it’s National Poetry Month!...
  25. lyltif answered: Anna Belle Lee By Edgar allen Poe<3
  26. sswslitinmotion answered: If forced to choose(!), I’d say it’s Emily Dickinson’s “Because I could not stop for Death.”
  27. unleashthekaren answered: Trees by Joice Kilmer
  28. hisnamewasbeanni answered: Right now I’m going to be totally stereotypical (not to mention trend-following) and say Taylor Maki’s “What Teachers Make”.
  29. tropdetout answered: Anne Sexton- ‘For My Lover, Returning To His Wife’
  30. joflove answered: "If" by Rudyard Kipling!
  31. etaoinxshrdlu answered: Shakespeare’s Sonnet 64
  32. newbornnebulae answered: "The Sciences Sing a Lullabye" by Albert Goldbarth
  33. laineylew answered: Poison Tree, William Blake
  34. readingwritingteaching reblogged this from firstbook and added:
    This Is Just To Say by William Carlos Williams I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were...
  35. insanityisonlythebeginning answered: How Did You Die?
  36. jesuisuneetoile answered: "She Walks in Beauty" - Lord Byron
  37. dragon-kitty reblogged this from firstbook
  38. cakeatnoon answered: "Sunflower Sutra" by Allen Ginsberg and "Portrait d’une Femme" by Ezra Pound
  39. dragon-kitty answered: "mad girl’s love song" by sylvia plath;"the raven" & "annabel lee" by edgar allan poe;"transcription of organ music"&"song" by allen ginsberg
  40. the-em-uh-lee answered: Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
  41. durminhoca answered: poema is my favorite romance
  42. seekagreatperhaps answered: Today…is a month?
  43. cerebrated answered: He Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven by W.B. Yeats
  44. movienut14 answered: Keats’ “Ode to a Nightingale”