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Tupelo Press 30/30 Project + Art + PoemCard

I’ve been selected to be one of Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project poets for March. 30 poems in 30 days going to their rather larger-than-mine platform/audience. Part of the deal is that I also make an effort to fundraise for them. 312 more words

Contemporary Poetry

April 30th - Music

I DID IT! Enjoy my last poem for the month. So stoked that I actually made it all the way to the end ^_^. Here’s the swansong of my NaPoWriMo challenge: 67 more words

Challenge 30 - Finale

So, the final challenge is here. After thirty days of trials and tribulations, we come to it at last. As a fond farewell, my challenge to you all this final day is to do with music. 43 more words

April 29th - Memory

The prompt was fairly self-evident so I chose to basically commemorate a decent round of golf and drinking afterwards. Enjoy:

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I remember the way the willow branches… 117 more words

Challenge 29

Poet and artist Joe Brainard is probably best remembers for his book-length poem/memoir, I Remember. The book consists of a series of statements, all beginning with the phrase “I remember.” Here are a few examples: 198 more words

April 28th - Tweet Poetry

It does amaze me how easy it is to get political in such a short form. I decided to take a dig at the government on their decision not to accept a load of child refugees for no defensible reason. 27 more words

Challenge 28

Not long to go and with not much time left it’s time to look at short forms. When I say short, I do mean miniscule. For today’s challenge, try and write a poem in 140 characters or less. 25 more words