Don’t be too sad about the end of National Poetry Month. You can write poetry anytime of the year. And if you need some help, CTU has daily prompts Monday through Friday to get you inspired. We have a variety of topics that are randomly selected for each day: picture prompts, poetry styles, flow writing, and much more. On the weekends, we like to post a fun engaging post to get anyone to participate. These can include: a favorite book or movie, a one sentence picture prompt, or a question of the day. We will also be introducing many writing contests throughout the year, so make sure our page alerts are at the top of your newsfeed to keep you updated. We are always ready to stimulate the mind and read your amazing work every day.
As usual, it has been another wonderful week of fantastic poetry. We would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to all the poets who participated this year! We hope everyone continues to write and find other ways to keep motivated.
Check out our favorites from the final week, and please take a moment to look at each writer’s page:
Showing the many ways a comfort zone can be used and abused like silly putty in this playful poem by M. Lancaster.
@MJFouldes reaches beyond the horizon to revitalize the planet, Pluto, after being the red-headed stepchild for too long.
Kiki reminds us the imbalance of the world comes from man’s conflict with himself, in her poem.
David Hall tickles the senses with his artistic 12 word story.
@bellalupa has a list too long to mention of all the things to be thankful for.
A playful moment with the lovely willow tree is beautifully expressed in this poem by @sirena.mariposa.
Lola ends poetry month with many different aspects of what poetry mean to her.
Keep those pens flowing writers. National Poetry Month will be here again in 12 months, but look out for many more challenges to boost those writing skills. Search the hashtags #writingprompt or #writingchallenge as there are so many on social media to choose from.
Written by: Donna J. Sanders
Donna is a freelance writer and blogger in West Palm Beach, FL. She is the author of Ataraxia – a poetry collection about the struggles we face, the state of the world and how to see beauty in the simplest things, and Cardboard Signs – poems to bring awareness about homelessness, mental illness, self-esteem and the injustices many face.
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