It’s Post Your Poems Day!
Last Thursday Angie asked us to erase Dorothy Miller Richardson’s words to create a poem. How did you go? Did you erase most of the words, or very few? Were you happy with the words how they were arranged on the page, or did you re-arrange them on paper or in your own Word document? Leave a link to your Erasures poem in the comments and be sure to visit your fellow poets’ links as well. I’m excited to see how many different meanings we’ll certainly have found in this one text!
A reminder on how to participate:
Post your poems in the comments of this post by linking to your poem on your blog, or by leaving your poem in its entirety. Once you leave your own comment, be sure to visit everyone else’s links. After all, we’re a community, and one of the best ways a community of writers can support its members is to read and comment on one another’s work. As we read each other’s poems, let’s remember why we created this community. We are a group of poets who seek inspiration, challenges, and a social community of other poets. If you comment on another poet’s work, please do so thoughtfully and positively – we are not a critique group.