This week let’s write a Twitter Bio. I didn’t know about Twitter Bios until our very own JeanMarie Olivieri mentioned it in her recent post. The idea is to write a poetry biography like you’d use when submitting, so it’s less than 240 characters, meaning it’ll fit in a standard tweet. Post your very brief … Continue reading
This week let’s a write a poem based on a Science Cafe lecture. Every few months, Living Poetry visits the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences for their Science Cafe lecture series. We attend the lecture and by the end of the Q&A we each have a poem written which we read to the crowd. … Continue reading
This week let’s write a blessing poem. You could count your own or maybe write some for someone or something else. Post your blessings in the comments below.
You are here. Wax poetic about it in the comments below. (Photo by Stephanie Katz)
This week let’s write a stout poem. It could be a brave and bold poem, a strong and solid poem or even a beer poem. It could also take a stout shape, if you’re up for a challenge. Post your poem in the comments below.
This week let’s write a service poem. How do you serve your community? There are lots of way to serve and lots of communities to serve. Post your service in the comments below.
This week let’s write a mineral poem. There are literally tons of minerals out there to write about and many of them have traditional meanings. Dig deep into our collective unconscious and post the results in the comments below.
Post you new year’s poem in the comments below.