National Poetry Month Round-Up

Sad to say, but National Poetry Month is officially over. But, hey, that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce about it together! So put down your book (only for a little while) and check out some of the poetry-related posts that were featured across the Library’s many blogs:

As a bonus, check out “A Pair of U.S. Poets Laureate for the Price of One,” a recap of Charles Wright‘s final program as U.S. Poet Laureate written by Ron Charles for The Washington Post’s Style Blog)

See? That wasn’t so bad, was it? Now back to your book. . . .

How did you celebrate the art of poetry during the month of April?

One Comment

  1. C L Couch
    May 6, 2015 at 3:49 pm

    During April, I wrote poetry. But that’s nothing new. I am a teacher, and what was new was that I shared poetry with my students at the technical institute where I work. Much of the poetry I used came out of Project 180 from the Library. I recited. We talked. I don’t think anyone was hurt. And who knows what kinds of seeds were planted in the fertile soil of these learners?

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