NaPoWriMo 2013: Five Favorites

NaPoWriMo2013 was truly a blast to participate in!
A little bummed the month is over… I say we need a NaPoWriYEAR! πŸ™‚

The WordPress.com Blog

There are just a few hours left in NaPoWriMo 2013 β€” that is, National Poetry Writing Month, which asks participants to write a poem every day in April β€” and hundreds of resident WordPress poets are pressing β€œPublish” on their final stanzas and sighing with relief and satisfaction.

We’ve loved reading all the verse that floated across our Readers this month, whether from brand-new bloggers committed to the 30-day challenge, long-time poets, or non-poet bloggers who were inspired to try something new. We learned about new-to-us poetic forms, we were moved, we looked at familiar topics in a new light.

Here are five of our favorite sites, from WordPress poets new and old:

Tychogirl

Tychogirl isn’t just a poet, she’s an astropoet. We’re intrigued by her astronomy-focused work, and by her β€œredacted poems” β€” poems created by taking an existing page of text and blacking out all…

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