Thursday, April 29, 2010

Trending Thursday, April 29


Tomorrow is the end of National Poetry Month. This is year The Academy of American Poets celebrated with a "put a poem in your pocket month". Write or type out a small poem and give it to someone or leave it somewhere quirky and auspicious. If you can, take a photo of it.

So here is my contribution to April...

4 comments:

Cindy said...

What a lovely tradition! I have an affinity for poetry, especially late 19th century and early 20th century romantic poetry, including the likes of Emily Dickinson. Choosing just one poem will be a challenge, though. And it is the last day of April! Oh, if only I'd known sooner I could have done this all month. There is always next year... and I guess poetry can be celebrated all year long, not just in April... Thanks for the lift, Frances.

Vickie said...

I printed out your posting (picture) to take to my therapist - she will love it.

Vickie said...

therapist did love it - she said she was making a note on her calendar with a 4/1 reminder for next year too. She said to tell you 'thank you'

Elisa said...

I didn't know either and will have to remember next year. Today is the last day and right now I'm more in the mood to type out a small poem and staple it to someone's forehead! ((0.o))

Next year I will be calmer and fluffier and not want to stab someone in the neck with a fork.