I've been writing a poem a day since April last year, when NaPoWriMo got me hooked on the practice. This year, I shared my poems – here, and also on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and SoundCloud, all raw and wriggling, the way Gollum likes his fish! As with all the poems, they're #FreeForPoets if you want to riff off them for your own.
Day 0: Naked ~ Day 1: Erotic potatoes ~ Day 2: The question ~ Day 3: Very clear explanation ~ Day 4: Matisse ~ Day 5: The thing in the corner ~ Day 6: Steampunk sestina ~ Day 7: Gifts & joy ~ Day 8: I think I've got it already, thanks ~ Day 9: List of things that cannot be named ~ Day 10: A monkey's wedding ~ Day 11: Origins ~ Day 12: Travelling haiku ~ Day 13: Haibun ~ Day 14: Penelope's ~ Day 15: The Day Job ~ Day 16: Because Ian McEwan... ~ Day 17: Pantoum ~ Day 18: Nonet for Isabel ~ Day 19: Voidokilia ~ Day 20: Returning haiku ~ Day 22: Isn't it madness ~ Day 23: The bird ~ Day 24: Cimeliarch ~ Day 25: Old English spring ~ Day 26: On The Sofa ~ Day 27: Coupling, sonnet 116 ~ Day 28: Bird / hammer /book ~ Day 29: It's unfair... ~ Day 30: Nap rubliw
All my poems on this site are now #FreeForPoets to play with, to write hybrid forms such as glosas, coupling poems, golden shovels, acrostics, centos, and erasures. Full permissions here: #FreeForPoets.