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Writer’s Digest April 2016 Poem A Day Challenge – PAD

April 30, 2016 Writer’s Digest Poem A Day Challenge

I did it … I just posted poem 30 and completed the challenge for 2016! This challenge has gotten me back into my writing a poem every day that was what started this website almost three years ago … and I will continue posting in my blog section every day.

I will walk away from these poems for a week or so, then read again, possibly edit them and hope to compile them into a chapbook to publish. That shows my dedication to writing and commitment to stay on my personal writing journey!

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I have taken the Writer’s Digest annual April Poem A Day challenge. This is where I will post each day’s response to the April 2016 PAD prompts.

 

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. artifiswords
    May 01, 2016 @ 19:03:39

    Congratulations, Annie. I managed to finish, too, though I kinda choked on the haiku prompt. Guess my rebel roots were showing. LOL

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    • Annie's Muse
      May 02, 2016 @ 08:10:56

      But you made the attempt … that is the main thing … we all have our favorite genre!

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      • artifiswords
        May 02, 2016 @ 13:09:41

        Yep…I think my longer freestyle poems are more like short stories without all the “filler” words and adjectives. So it goes. They come out freely, or not at all.

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      • Annie's Muse
        May 02, 2016 @ 13:17:29

        In the style of Ramond Carver, Mary Oliver … even Kellie Elmore … prose poetry that does tell as story … my favorite way to write

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