To celebrate National Poetry Month in April I would like to be able to feature one poet a day, much like we did for The Twelve Days of Poetry project.
That means I need 30 volunteers to send me a link to a poem. If you are interested in taking part then sign up in the comments. After that you have until April 1st to pick the poem you want to share and write a short bio about yourself.
Submit to: email@example.com
Chicago native Poet Guy has been blogging for the last six months at Windy City Poet.
Today he offers the poem Lakeshore.
Candance Anderson's work can be found at Vividocity. She's been published at 32 poems and has been featured by Poet a Day. Candance asks that you check out her poem, Colors of the Wind.
In the spirit of ushering in Spring, JewelTones offers the poem Daybreak for you to check out at her blog, The Nature of Words. JewelTones is a stay at home mom in this lifetime but suspects she was an Indian Princess in her last. Please take a moment to pop on over to The Nature of Words.
Today's poem comes from Baxter of the poetry blog Dropped Verses. This university student in France has been writing poetry since he was 15. Wander on over to Dropped Verses and read Why She Never Loved Me.
Gigi from The Here is Now shares with all Poet Who Blog members her poem How High is Thee. Gigi has been blogging for the last three years and can often be found posting at Read. Write. Poem and The Writer's Island. She is formerely a featured poet in the Spotlight Series at PWB.
If you could write two to three lines about yourself and your poem in the third person for me to use it would make this project a lot easier on me. Thank you to everyone who decides to take part.
I really hope 30 poets jump in. If not I may link to famous poems on the days when no one has volunteered. Think this project will work?
It's up to you.
Sign up in the comments. Then send bio and poem link to firstname.lastname@example.org
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