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Plant Bigger Picture Poetry ~ Featuring Adrienne

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Our new theme for April is PLANT. Whether we’re celebrating the arrival of spring in the evidence of plants all around us, placing something in the ground so it can grow, planting ideas, or planting ourselves, in April we will spend time ruminating on the growth of great things from small beginnings.

Since April is National Poetry month we asked you to stretch yourself and try your hand at some everyday poetry.  {Don’t think you can? Hayacynth explains how everyone is an Everyday Poet}

Today we are featuring a snippet of Adrienne’s poem:

Simultaneously
caught in a trap and safe at home
stuck and free to go
guilty and no guiltier than anyone else…
I wander from room to room
discovering their ancestral treasures -
disinterested in the goings on -
detached,
yet the center of attention.
Read the rest over at My Memory Art.

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Plant Bigger Picture Moments: April 18, 2013

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Our theme for April is PLANT. Whether we’re celebrating the arrival of spring in the evidence of plants all around us, placing something in the ground so it can grow, planting ideas, or planting ourselves, in April we will spend time ruminating on the growth of great things from small beginnings.

So what are planting this week? Share with us HERE!

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Plant Bigger Picture Poetry ~ Featuring Stephanie

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Our new theme for April is PLANT. Whether we’re celebrating the arrival of spring in the evidence of plants all around us, placing something in the ground so it can grow, planting ideas, or planting ourselves, in April we will spend time ruminating on the growth of great things from small beginnings.

Since April is National Poetry month we asked you to stretch yourself and try your hand at some everyday poetry.  {Don’t think you can? Hayacynth explains how everyone is an Everyday Poet}

Today we are featuring a snippet of Stephanie’s poem:

The day begins in darkness,
rain pitter-pattering down
drenching our yard,
spilling into our basement,
and flooding my heart.
I feel it deep inside.
A longing, a waiting,
a thirsting, a quenching,
a needing to be filled.
Read the rest over at Girl of Grace.

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