Well, everyone, another NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo has come and gone. I hope you enjoyed the challenge, and even if you didn’t get all the way to 30 poems, that you had fun along the way! I also hope you’re ready for NaPoReMo/GloPoReMo, or National/Global Poetry Revision Month (just kidding).

We have one last featured participant for the year: When the Dogs Bite, where the repetition poem for Day 30 is about a panoply of dogs on their daily walk.

Thanks, as always, to everyone who signed up, everyone who commented, sent encouraging notes, and gave their time to writing as part of NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo. This project wouldn’t exist without you!

I will leave the list of participants up until we being our housecleaning in anticipating of NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo 2018! Regardless, all of of the posts and comments will remain available.

Thanks for playing along, and see you next year!


12 Responses to Another year gone!

  1. Sarah Connor says:

    Thank you so much for hosting this. I had a ball!

  2. […] was my first napowrimo and a very enjoyable and challenging experience and i achieved my goal of 1 per day minimum.Thanks […]

  3. paul scribbles says:

    So long and Thanks for all the fish ;) Till next year.


  4. Rachel Green says:

    A great month indeed. Thank you!

  5. Thanks again, and see you next year :)

  6. Merril Smith says:

    Thank you again. This was so much fun. See you and everyone again next year!

  7. Ileea says:

    Thank you so much for this year! I am already looking forward to next April.

    This NaPoWriMo was a challenge for me – I was sick more or less the whole month, and a lot of bad things happened to my beloved ones, and out in the world – which means that I did not have time or energy for poetry in the way I wanted to. Nevertheless, I managed to keep up and write poems (even if they weren’t good ones), and I am so happy for all of you who liked and commented on them. That warms a struggling poet’s heart <3

    See you all next year!

  8. Thanks so much for another great April and the fine community that finds its way here. Have a great year ahead and see you next March!

  9. Crayon says:

    Many thanks, Maureen, for an inspirational month. This April of poetry prompted this poem:

    Stirring Dull Roots

    April is the cruellest month, apparently;
    or so we were told in English Lit.

    It’s a wasteland, I think Miss Senior said,
    and then she read and read and read;
    sat on her desk in a blouse thinner
    than last term; a shorter skirt, her knees
    a little further apart, and the spring sun
    illuminating everything in-between.

    Cruel? Well, maybe for the unlucky boys
    at the back; but hardly a wasteland.

  10. Gloria says:

    Thank you / Asante sana / Vielen dank. It was a great learning and writing fun. Until next one!

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