A poem-a-day for National Poetry Month

About to Begin!

Welcome all of you who’ve committed to doing a poem-a-day for the month of April. We’re just about ready to kick off the big event — hope you’re revving your poetry engines out there and getting your schedule cleared (ha!). In the meantime, we hope you’ll continue to spread the word about poem-a-day: The more poets and writers we have on board, the merrier! There is always a place for more poetry in the world.

In addition, if you’re a poet, we’re still looking for a few good prompts. Want to give a form challenge? How about offering up an inspirational image or quote as a jump-off point? Just send your prompts to notwithoutpoetry@gmail.com.

Two more days before the wild poeming begins!

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One response

  1. Jennifer Pratt-Walter

    Beheading a fish:
    metal scales, dark-feathered gills,
    blood so red, so cold.

    Jennifer Pratt-Walter

    April 1, 2011 at 3:37 pm