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Christine Rueter Apr 30
Smoldering tree and lost power ends with a sizzle. , Day 30!
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🖋Jo Gilbert 📙 May 21
Here's mi dein a wee poem that came oot o ma scribbles 😎
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Ratio Auream Publishers Jun 26
Launching the cover of our debut poetry anthology "Isolocation". Isolocation is a collection of poems written during . 44 poems by 9 Indian poets, encompassing the themes of lock-down, feminism, family, love, mental health, and the current socio-political climate.
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Ankita Saxena Apr 30
Successfully did for the first time in years ☺️ Tune in to on Instagram next Sunday to hear some of my latest work.
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Hattie May 6
In honour of Archie's first birthday, here's a poem I wrote as part of based on one of those weird surreal quarantine dreams I know we've all been having.
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Vallejo Poetry Society Apr 23
Hello and ! Please comment your and albums to give folks something to Support and this / /
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Tara Newley Arkle May 4
Loved our poetry tea party with wonderful cake & beverages & wonderful poets—thanks 🤜
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Marcus Wicker Apr 30
I’m just gonna gone-head-on-& call the 12/30 poems I banked for a legit W. A whole-ass quarantine miracle if you will.👑
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Sarah Grant Creative May 4
New short film coming tomorrow. Part film, part poem, all love story. Dedicated to all the heroes that completed last week xx
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Pamela K. Santos (she/her) Apr 26
Just a taste of today's writing generated by 's prompt-- a true story about yourself with words you've kept, words you've lost. I'm on the third turn of carouseling this open draft, originally two pages of streaming languaging.
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Monica Prince Apr 25
All right, poets: how many poems did you have to write to catch up on today? (For me: 4.)
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Apples and Snakes Apr 30
You did it! The final day of 2020! Well done, whether you manged everyday or just one – we salute you! Here it is, our final prompt... You are enough Write a love letter to yourself 💌
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Peauxdunque Review Apr 25
Day 25 & 2020 If you've lost what usually works for your creativity, what helps you focus, what generates words, change it up. Write what you observe right now. Here's another writing exercise from Ms. Addonizio. Take a deep breath; start.
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Lynn(e) Schmidt, MSW Apr 30
I have written two poems today, on the eve of the last day of . I believe I have written over thirty poems this month but will do the final count tomorrow.
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lewis_ebooks 15m
I'm over saturated with poetry & prose poem for today: BODY of work, Shock, 26/04/16
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Jack Mac May 1
Day 30 of the last day of writing and posting my one poem a day. Thank you so much to who have been so supportive and creative an amazing community of online poets.
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YoungWritersSociety May 10
It's only been 10 days and I'm missing already! Maybe it's time to get crafty and make one of these? What do you all do with your poetry when you're done with NaPo?
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👻 McBOOmifer 🎃 May 1
That's a month's worth of poems. First time I've ever completed . I'm so proud of myself even if I don't love everything that I wrote. Happy National Poetry Month!
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Carl Apr 30
Day 30 of 30 for . The final poem in a month long series I decided to make about objects in my flat. This one’s for an old boy.
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lewis_ebooks Oct 23
For today I got to go out on a limb and say it: I fucking LOVE the Hairy Bikers.
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