Magnetic Poetry for National Poetry Month

Posted by Katie L. Carroll on April 21, 2014 in Guest, Magnetic Poetry, Poetry, Writing |

April is National Poetry Month, and one of my favorite forms of poetic expression is the magnetic poetry set on my refrigerator. It’s fun because anyone who stops by my kitchen can play and it’s always anonymous, so no need for self-consciousness to hinder your creativity. And here’s the latest set of poems:

  • a giggle is the voice of the soul  (to this I say, “Giggle on!”)
  • freeze picture moon spark  (this is somehow evoking a very interesting image in my mind)
  • genius on little man  (a bit hippieish, but I can appreciate the sentiment)
  • believe in angel s but know whisper s come from the dark shadow s  (note to self: stay out of dark places)
  • keep a spider brain warm  (because nobody likes cold spider brain)
  • some want bird taste fruit  (when I really think about this one, it can mean so many different things…)
  • to a certain woman that s you  (oh, me…why thanks)

How have you celebrated National Poetry Month? (Did you even know we had a National Poetry Month?)

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