Tomorrow begins a new month. But it’s not just any month, it’s April! What does that mean? National Poetry Month. April is prolific with prompts, and I always write an abundance of new poems.
In addition to taking on the challenge of writing a poem a day, I am taking the upcoming course How Writers Write Poetry. It’s a free online 7 week poetry course. Since the start date got delayed, the entrants have been invited to submit poems on the theme of “anticipation”. Here’s one of mine:
The air is heavy,
clouds rich with moisture,
the world on hold, waiting…
I tip my head to the sky
and breathe in the fresh breeze--
nearly taste the rain.
unfurling leaves and blossoms,
eager for a taste of their own.
How will you be celebrating National Poetry Month? Need some ideas?
30 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month
Poetic Asides Poem-A-Day (PAD) Challenge
30 Day Poetry Challenge