Day 29 – Poem in Your Pocket Day for “30 poems in 30 days” for #NationalPoetryMonth
Today is “National Poem
in Your Pocket Day.” Fun stuff and we
will be celebrating it by choosing a poem and carrying it with you today and
sharing it with others any way you wish.
And I think it would
be AWESOME if the poem you choose is one that YOU wrote! But, any poem is just
fine. Or perhaps you will write a new one just for today.
One of the easiest
ways is via social media using this hash-tag: #pocketpoem. So, I think
you should pick one of your own original poems or find a poem you like . . .
you can even make copies of it to hand out or just one copy that you carry around
all day and hopefully share with others.
I’d like to share a poem about this day written by one of
our regular participants in my April Poetry Month Challenge. It’s great little
poem and she has given me permission to share it in the past so I’m assuming
she is still good with it:
Poem in Your Pocket Day
To find a favorite poem for a fun holiday
It may be one that makes you laugh or smile
Or even one that makes you think a while
Or one you find upon a Library shelf
Just keep it with you throughout the day
Then share with those who come your way.
© 2017 Vicki Firth
So, that’s pretty much it for today – Enjoy!!!!
Here’s a link from the “National Poetry Month” website all
about “Poem in Your Pocket Day”
TOMORROW IS OUR LAST DAY. Sigh . . . (Sad, but ready to get more sleep for a change).
It’s been a great month!! Cheers!!
PLEASE REMEMBER ~ any poetry found on this blog, written by me, is my
personal property and may not be used without my permission, other than sharing
it as an example in a lesson or to read it to someone. The same goes for any
poems that are shared in the comments of this blog or elsewhere online as a
result of this challenge. They are the creative property of the person who
writes them. These poems are their original work and no one may use them
without their permission. It is understood that they own the copyright to them
as soon as they write them, as well as post them. Thanks so much!
Also, if you choose to post your
poems on your own blog ~ that’s awesome. But PLEASE don’t just copy and paste
my daily instructions, but rather post your poem on your blog or your FB wall
or wherever AND LINK BACK TO THIS BLOG POST for others to come here to read the
instructions. I’ve spent considerable time researching the poetry forms and
writing them up to share with you. Thanks for respecting my work and the work