Welcome to Day 30 of my 30-Day Poetry Challenge!
Well, here we are, the end of April, the end of this poetry challenge! Wow, it has been a ton of fun, a lot of work, and extremely meaningful to connect with people and give away books. I’ve learned a lot in the process.
Thank you SO MUCH, readers and commenters and sharers of my work! I am humbled and honored by your part in all this, yes, even if you read in silence, just a few poems. I am still thinking about what’s next for me going forward, and definitely want to continue posting here, poems or observations. Stay tuned! I have a lot of ideas…
Congratulations, Brenna, for winning a free copy of my poetry book! Brenna, please email me your address so I can send your prize: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will do one more book raffle tomorrow, so don’t forget to comment. I will contact the winner by email.
Thanks again for reading! Now for today’s poem.
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On a whim, I became fascinated by looking up artists and writers who were late-bloomers. The NaPoWriMo prompt for today was to write a poem that “engages with a strange and fascinating fact,” so maybe that’s what got me going. In any event, it seemed like a fitting end to the 30-day Poem Challenge. Which I just noticed, ends with begin!
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