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DAY THREE of the best prompts, poems and news from your  #NaPoWriMo/#NPM16/#NaPoMo /#NationalPoetryMonth/#poemaday hashtags.

Best of the Prompts

NaPoWriMo’s “Fan Letters prompt”
NotaLiteraryJournal’s “What the Trees Know prompt”
Imaginary Garden’s “Classics prompt”
Mary Carroll-Hackett’s “Claiming What’s Yours prompt”
Poetic Asides P-A-D “Three___ prompt”
Adele Kenny’s “On Aging prompt”
30dpc’s “Worth the Wait prompt”
Apparatus Mag’s “Book Launch prompt”
Poetry School’s “Instagram prompt”
Mariah Wilson’s “List Poems w/Title prompts”
Mslexia’s “Activities w/Stages& Metaphorical Layers prompt”
Taylor Mali’s “Metaphor-Making Dice prompt”
QuillsEdge Press’ “Spring Weather prompt”
Kate Foley’s “Love Poem to Yourself prompt”
Lagan Press’ “Sense of Touch prompt”
Winter Tangerine “Sweetest Flavor prompt”
Found Poetry’s “Vispo prompt”

Poems I Have Loved (Tweeters’ Shares)

Linda Pastan “I Am Learning to Abandon the World”
Willa Cather “Prairie Spring”
L.G. Hertz “That Crouching Spirit”
Khaty Xiong “Pork Rinds, Watered Rice” (w/ commentary)
Jayy Dodd “Ode to Junk, My Own”
Claire Kageyama-Ramakrishnan “Terzanelle: Manzanar Riot”
Deborah Ager “Mangos in Florida”
Eleni Sikelianos “Make Yourself Happy”


Jacar Press No-Fee Submission Call (via Trish Hopkinson)
30 Books of Poetry for Young Readers (Bookriot)
Kwame Alexander on NPR
11 Poetry Collections by Black Writers Everyone Should Read
Shreveport Library (social media) Book Spine contest

**Poets, if you would like to be featured in 2sDay Poems, have your collection reviewed, guest post in the Poetry Lab or blog on any of the Thoughts on Poetry topics, including Foremother Friday or Small Press Interviews, drop me a line at  bonesparkblog@yahoo.com.