A couple of weeks ago, I blogged about a passionate young blogger in the Toronto area. Her blog has some incredibly written content. She’s doing a great job.
April is National Poetry Writing Month and TheBookyBunHead is participating.
She mentions the hashtag #NaPoWriMo
as she kicked off her own posts. There’s something really intriguing about her first three poems.
- Business of Lies
- Totally inaccurate sea chanty
So, as I write this post, she’s off to a good start. Why don’t you show some blogging love and drop by her blog and be supportive? There’s no way that I could write 30 poems in 30 days. Kudos for those that are able to do that.
I’ll just follow from a distance.
If you enjoy this form of writing, follow the hashtag and see how creative people can be.
The easiest way, of course, is to use Tagboard
to get the job done.
Is anyone doing this in their class? If so, please drop a note. I’d be very interesting in checking it out.
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