National Poetry Month-4

April is National Poetry Month!

I’m challenging myself to write one poem a day. I know I’m behind, but looks like I’ll be catching up soon. Today’s entry is a haiku. I hope you like it!

dedicated to the victims of the San Bernardino elementary school shooting and all affected.

More poetry, tomorrow.

Poetically,

Mariana Llanos
Mariana Llanos is a Peruvian-born writer, based in Oklahoma City, OK. She writes poems, children’s stories and short stories. She’s published seven books for children in English and Spanish. Visit www.marianallanos.com for more!

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I’m Mariana Llanos and I write books for children and poetry in English and Spanish. I am originally from Lima, Peru, but now I live in Oklahoma with my husband, our three children and our dog, Juliet. I started writing poetry since I was very young. I loved reading so much that I wanted to create my own stories to share with the world. I published my first book, Tristan Wolf in 2013. Since then, I haven’t stopped, and I have many more stories, poems, and project that I want to share with YOU!

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