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Poetry Scouts

May Day has arrived and National Poetry Month comes to another conclusion. The Found Poetry Review once again sponsored a creative and challenging project for production of found poems during the entire month. This was my second time taking part. The concept of poetry “scout” badges was fun and tough at times. I did complete all 30, though more than half in the final hours due to an extremely challenging month in non-literary ways.

During the month of May, all the poems will be visible online. They will go dark come the end of this month. I hope you will check out a few of mine. I’m rather proud of them.

PoMoSco rocked.

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National Poetry Month 2015

April is poetry month. Look for poetry around you, on signs, buses, walls, even small pieces of paper a stranger may hand  you. This year, I am once again participating with The Found Poetry Review’s sponsored poetry month celebration. For Poetry Month this year, FPR came up with the idea of Poetry Month Scouts. Every day in April, over 200 poets from 43 states and 12 countries will post newly created works using specific guidelines to earn poetry badges. Discover the many ways to create a found poem!

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