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Say you had 30 chances to be chosen to be part of a well known printed anthology of poetry - one chance every day for 30 days.
Say you had the chance to show off your poetry to Bob Hicok, Thomas Lux, Traci Brimhall, Sandra Beasley, Nate Pritts, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Shaindel Beers and 23 more well known poets one right after the other for 30 days in a row
For the last two years I have participated in both the April Poem A Day Challenge and the November Poem A Day Chapbook Challenge. Every day during the month you write a poem based on the prompt provided. Some people find it easy - wait, no I have never talked with, or heard about anyone who said or even implied that it's easy. It's tough digging for inspiration and producing something you would consider good enough, coherent perhaps barely acceptable to share with others. It's easy to skip one day, then 2 or 5, be busy, have obligations. I guess that's why they call it a challenge.
Heck, I admit it's also a lot of fun. Not to worry, you are not obligated to write a poem every day- heck even if you write just one it's more than zero. Plus, it's great to read what other folks have come up with, to provide them with some positive feedback, have others comment on your work and develop acquaintances and possibly friendships.
So go ahead and just do it or at least give it a try. You will definitely stretch your poetic muscle and possibly be published.
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