National Poetry Month 2015

To celebrate National Poetry Month (#NPM2015) and celebrate its vital role in my life, as is my custom, there will be a poem posted each day. You can sign up for Poem-a-Day and read one each morning from your inbox:



Below is a list of the featured poems:

  1. Spring — Edna St. Vincent Millay

  2. Diagnosis — Marcia Lee Anderson

  3. Be Nobody’s Darling — Alice Walker

  4. Not for that City — Charlotte Mew

  5. Oh Fair Enough Are Sky & Plain A. E. Housman

  6. Power — Audre Lorde

  7. You Fit Into MeMargaret Atwood

  8. As I grew olderLangston Hughes

  9. Success is counted sweetest Emily Dickinson

  10. In Teeth of FateElizabeth Stuart Phelps

  11. We Wear the MaskPaul Laurence Dunbar

  12. Poetry — Rumi

  13. The Journey — David Whyte

  14. I Don’t Miss It — Tracy K. Smith

  15. I Strove with NoneWilliam Savage Langdor

  16. ReassuranceAlice Walker

  17. Invitation to LovePaul Laurence Dunbar

  18. Alone Yet Not Alone — Rainer Maria Rilke

  19. Seesters/Sisters — KhaRabia Rayford

  20. S+He=SHe — D.A. Królak

  21. jasmine loves sandalwood — D.A. Królak

  22. pretty boy — D.A. Królak

  23. <untitled> — D.A. Królak

  24. a poem for everyone who went crazy — D.A. Królak

  25. an Essay in Nothingness — D.A. Królak

  26. Exposed on the Cliffs of Love — Rainer Maria Rilke

  27. Balances — Nikki Giovanni

  28. On AgingMaya Angelou

  29. Through Medusa’s Looking Glass — D.A. Królak

  30. Apple Stretching — Melvin Van Peebles


 

 (Note: Links above will only work if we are past that day on the calendar and the post is published)

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