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April Yee Aug 8
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Cypher Sessions Aug 5
It might just be that time to drop some words that rhyme together and stuff. Kinda like this piece:
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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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Jack Mac Apr 30
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Katrina Quinn May 23
Today's creative project, a video for one of my poems "Code" which was one of prompts to respond to the quote "Written on the body is a certain code only visible in certain lights; the accumulations of a lifetime gather there"
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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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Rocky McClack Aug 7
Replying to @alt_lobster
Today's blog is a poem I wrote for - and some commentary on CPTSD, and lockdown, and pangolins
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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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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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Apples and Snakes Apr 29
It's the penultimate prompt of 2020! We hope it's been a useful tool. Write a poem about ❤️ and include 7 of these words: Microwave 🎤👋 Spade ♠️Worm 🐛Mug ☕Mottled 🐆Swing 🏌️‍♀️Kerb 👣Petrol ⛽Blue 🔵
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Apples and Snakes Apr 28
Almost there! Day 28! If you're like us, you may have been binge-watching some TV. So, let's put that to good use. Today's prompt... Write a poem about your favourite TV character.
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E.M. Anderson Apr 17
I,,,missed the goals part of this ✨query THE REMARKABLE RETIREMENT OF EDNA FISHER ✨complete 2 more poems for ✨submit more poetry to lit mags ✨finish ✨keep up on work and coursework
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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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Christine Rueter Apr 30
Smoldering tree and lost power ends with a sizzle. , Day 30!
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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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lewis_ebooks Aug 9
Hoards of work: Men's Health 07/04/16
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Bloof Books Apr 27
Another word for whisker is vibrissae, which comes from Latin, meaning, unremarkably, nose hairs, but in back-formation, shares roots with vibrare, to mean, of course, to vibrate, a need I hover over at unpredictable hours. —
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Jack Mac May 2
Thanks to everyone who has supported my tweets this month, as I wrote one poem a day in April for Amazingly, my tweets reached over 62 thousand people which is a hell of a lot of equivalent gigs. Just need to have a word with the boys down at penguin now. Loves ✌️
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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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Kevin Mclean Jun 9
We had so much fun during and this scrapbook of poems has put together is a great read. Available to our $3+ Patrons, along with lots of other perks! Sign up here:
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