Wednesday, April 3, 2013

I'm Not Here, But Somewhere Terrific!


My Tagxedo Star - Blog Post Words!

               Come over to Laura Shovan's blog, Author Amok.  I'm excited to be a guest there today for her Poetry Month "technoverse" theme!

Quote for today:  "You will find poetry nowhere unless you bring some of it with you. -          
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More Poetry Love:
        To the right of this page lists the writers for Irene Latham's progressive poem during the month at Live Your Poem.You can read the lively and interesting poem that was created last year here.   

        And, if you’ve followed along with the March Madness Poetry competition, it is coming to an end.  Soon, you can vote for your favorite poem of the Finals!  Here’s a link to the site.

        Finally, you’d like to see more of the spectacular happenings occurring in April, check out Jama Rattigan’s blog, Jama’s Alphabet Soup.  I think she’ll be adding to the list as she finds out more, so keep checking in.

       And here are a few more wonderful poetry links at Tabatha Yeatts' blog,  The Opposite of Indifference.  

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

7 comments:

  1. How cool that you move from one writing month to another, full of energy, willing to share ideas and links, and inspire others.

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    1. Thank you Terje. It was great fun to do this, & to talk about poetry apps I play with. There are so many kinds of things to do online-hard to find time to read the print lately! Did you notice I finally did the Tagxedo? You urged me on!

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    2. Star is so appropriate shape for you. Poem and poetry stand out. It may be that tagxedo takes only the first page of your blog, so trying it different times will produce different results.

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  2. Thanks for this mini round-up, Linda. And thanks again for guest posting today!

    Laura

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  3. Loved your techy post! So many ways to make poetry fun and accessible for everyone!

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    1. Thanks Susan. It is fun to play with words, no matter where!

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