Poem#30 – A Farewell to National Poetry Month

Well, we’ve reached the end of 30 poems in 30 days for Nat’l Poetry Month! It’s been quite a journey, too. I’ve met some very talented writers, and read some amazing poetry. I’ve also pushed myself beyond my own self-imposed limitations, learned some new poetry forms, and participated in my first Chain Renga. I have to give a special thanks to Shanna for hosting Not Without Poetry, which, I’m sure was no small feat in addition to writing 30 poems. I haven’t kept up with reading all of the poems, so I’m looking forward to kicking back and catching up.

Peace & Poetry all!


Across states
and oceans




are woven
with common

a beautiful glimpse
into the minds
and hearts of

fellow humans



without judgement
without ego

just the right word
or two

only a poet

can give.

~ by Jacque on April 30, 2011.

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