|I challenge you!|
If you want to write a poem a day, you shouldn't complain that nobody's challenging you!
Are you up for it?
Over on Cuyahoga County Public Library's 30 Days of Poetry site, the first challenge is up:
- If we could make April Fool’s Day into April Sage's Day, how would it be celebrated? Write a poem of decrees for such a day.
Meanwhile, the Writing Knights have set up their own challenge-a-day for the month of April. Their challenges will all dealing with "vestigal words". The goal is to use the word in that day's poem:
- Today's word is: Agelast: a person who never laughs. Use the word in today's poem.
And, over at "Poetic Asides," Robert Lee Brewer kicks off another month of April poetry challenges:
- For today’s prompt, write a resistance poem. There are many forms of resistance, including militant resistance, resistance to new ideas, the resistance in exercise, and maybe even a little resistance to starting a new project. I hope you don’t resist the urge to write a poem today.
--Post your challenge poem to the comments of Poem A Day.