5 Reasons Why I Love National Poetry Month

1. I get to announce to everyone, all month long, in a gleeful voice, “It’s National Poetry Month!

2. I  discover new ways to celebrate all things poetic:
30 Ways to Celebrate  – I had my daughter choose one of these activities for NPM as part of Home School

   3. I snuggle up each night with this really cool book by Susan G. Wooldridge:

poemcrazy: freeing your life with words
  4. I can linger with other poetry lovers in the Blogosphere
@ dVerse Poets Pub (well I usually try to do this every Tuesday year round)
5. I have an excuse to share some of my own written poems:

One confession: I don’t have a favorite poet.

Do you celebrate National Poetry Month?
Do you have a favorite poet?

Do you have a favorite poem?

Happy National Poetry Month!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Renaissance Women
    Apr 12, 2013 @ 16:29:18

    Hello Dawn, I'm Cassandra and I'm visiting from Friendship Friday. No, I did not know about National Poetry Month but now that I do, I am going to purposefully search out a book of poetry to read this month. There is also a nice little blog called 'Poetry and A Cup of Tea' that you might like to visit this month. I enjoy Martha's posts very much.http://poetryandacupoftea.blogspot.comNice to meet you. Have a great weekend and God Bless!~ Cassandra from Renaissance Women



  2. Dawn Paoletta
    Apr 13, 2013 @ 01:36:21

    Cassandra, That sounds wonderful- You reading a poetry book and the blog! I will be by to visit you as well as Martha! Blessed by your visit!



  3. Heather
    Apr 13, 2013 @ 23:15:09

    This is right up your ally! I can tell how excited you are. I love reading poetry, just not as good with creating poetry. I love your poetry!



  4. Dawn Paoletta
    Apr 16, 2013 @ 02:59:15

    Heather, thanks, my friend. Need to catch up with you. Hope all is well!



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