From Writer's Digest:
April Poem-A-Day Challenge
April is National Poetry Month, and Poetic Asides blogger Robert Lee Brewer is calling all poets (and even non poets) to take part in his annual Poem-A-Day Challenge! Last year, more than 400 poets posted more than 4,000 poems during the month of April and turnout this year is expected to be even greater.
Participants who complete the poem-a-day challenge will receive a certificate, an online badge (for display on your blog or website) and will be considered for publication in a free eBook designed by Writer's Digest's own wonderful designers.
Participation is free. All you have to do is show up to the Poetic Asides blog on April 1, write a poem a day, and have a great time. For more details, visit:
And a Rabbit, Rabbit to one and all.
I would like to join inReplyDelete
And don't mean to be crass,
I wish you the best
But my dogs and I pass.
a year or two ago i actually wrote at least a poem a day without joining any challenge. if haiku can be considered poetry, that is :)ReplyDelete
not now, though. my inspiration has gone to the dogs (rabbits?)
Oh wait! The post below is NOT your poem... I didn't SEE the comments inbetween... I thought it was all one post... okay... so WHERE's YOUR poem? I guess the day is not over yet! Hm?ReplyDelete
Doug: Too late, you are already my playmate.ReplyDelete
Actonbell: Um, have you read mine?
Juliana: Haiku is definitely poetry. I love Haiku.
Melli: I do things backwards sometimes. I wanted to let people know in case I didn't post a poem until late. It's up there now.
I am here to write
But can't get it right
Poems and I don't agree
To the nth degree
Thom: Don't whine and cryReplyDelete
at least you gave it a try.
I was too busy yesterday to get here, but I am going to fly and try to get there ...!~ReplyDelete
Quilly: I am mostly playing for the prompts and the challenge of writing something other than rhymes.ReplyDelete