This is a meme for poets who participated in NaPoWriMo. Answers by moi.
Consider yourself tagged, gentle Reader!
Number of poems written in April.
-thirty, plus some scraps
Number of poems you’ll keep and revise.
List the titles of your top three NaPoWriMo poems.
List your three least favorite NaPoWriMo poems.
-It's Over,Bite, and the finale, which was a challenge using three lines of somebody else's poem. I don't feel that one really belongs to me.
Favorite line from one of your NaPoWriMo poems.
-Things like that/should be packed away in a trunk, hidden/ in the back of a truck/ someplace where people/ are unshaken by the sight of a bloody sky,/ who take each other onto the lawn to watch it bleed.
Favorite poem by a NaPoWriMo participant.
-She Adds a Dash of Cumin to Lucky Pea Soup, by Kelli Agodon
What surprised you most about writing a poem a day?
-This is my third time, so the sensation of being intensely alone with blank paper every single day was familiar.
Now that you’ve started the momentum, what’s next?
-I have a new book of poems coming out (more on that later) and the tour for my novel is about to begin-- but I'll make good use of that hour before first light when the house is still sleeping and my dreams are trying to tell me something important.