Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Come On, Fill Your Pockets With Words…

In case you haven’t heard, tomorrow is a very special day, and I think you should consider participating in it.

There isn’t much you have to do.

In fact, for a poor lazy person, it’s an ideal challenge. You don’t have to run a marathon, donate thousands of dollars, or give up hours of free time.

No, all you have to do tomorrow is pick a poem, any poem, and put it in your pocket.

That’s it.

If you want to do a little more, make a few copies of it, and pass them out to others. (Or, you could also stop in the middle of the sidewalk and give a very dramatic recitation of it. That would be cool!)

But, really, all you have to do is to put a poem in your pocket. (Even if it’s only a few lines.)

You see, tomorrow is the first national Poem in Your Pocket Day!!!!!!

So, pick a poem, put it in your pocket, and then when you have a few spare moments tomorrow, whip it out, read it, and share it with someone else.

Let’s make the first national Poem in Your Pocket Day a great success, and get the word out about words!!!


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