Weekly Parenting Poetry Workshop
April is National Poetry Month (for the purposes of this challenge, let's just call it "Global Poetry Month," ok?), and I want to celebrate poems and parenting in one beautiful span of five poetry-drenched weeks.
Come along with me on this challenge with one simple mission in mind:
Write some parenting poetry.
That's it. It doesn't have to be amazing (though you'll find that a lot of it is!). You just have to write, and then share — inspire, and be inspired.
The minimal goal is to write at least one poem a week on the overarching theme for that week, which I'll post on Mondays.
You can use the optional daily prompts to inspire more specific poems or to write more frequently in case you're in the mood.
On Fridays, I'll host a linky for participants to share their poem(s) of the week. (Each linky will stay open for the entire challenge, so you can add to it later if you haven't posted your poems by then.) If you don't have your own blog, you can post your poem directly into the comments.
We'll comment on each other's poems throughout the challenge and embrace the creativity of the group.
At the end of the challenge, there will be some prizes and sweet celebration — as well as the knowledge that you have at least five more parenting poems in your portfolio!