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Picking Up Your Dropped Haikus

April is National Poetry Month and this year to celebrate we asked you to create a haiku. We shared some on our social media, and had a virtual poetry slam on April 30th. 1,204 more words

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Week 4 - Full Circle

Full Circle

The sun is out.

I drive as if I can roll back time.

It’s a beautiful day,

Like all of the ones that have been, 69 more words

Lines from April

Last month I teased the idea of doing something for National Poetry Month and indeed I did. It wasn’t anything overly elaborate but I decided to write something at least vaguely poetic for every day of April (which meant thirty since they’re thirty days in April). 352 more words

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Everlasting (National Poetry Month Challenge 25)

Write a poem where a literary figure shows up and tells you something and/or gives you
something.

He told me, my childhood
Was everlasting
Spun me a story made of sugar… 59 more words

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Week 3 - Explode

Explode

I wonder if there is a reason,

Why I love the sunsets,

When I cannot take the endings.

I see the sky fade to dark, 26 more words

The Silence of Others

Rubber against asphalt, leather against concrete.
A blanket of smoke, smell of people all around.
All the madness, all the chaos,
The concrete jungle.

Cars and bikes, buses and rails. 97 more words

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Impressionism (National Poetry Month Challenge 24)

Write a poem that has the word “love” hidden in it somewhere. You cannot use the word “love” by
itself, it must be hidden (such as in the word “glove” or in two words like “halo venom”).
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