A Poem A Day

The Typewriter Poetry Edition

Closing out Day Thirteen of National Poetry Month. Were you inspired to write, today? There’s still time to get a poem done! For inspiration, check out this fresh batch of typewriter poetry, or visit the Daily Inspiration post to read a quote from Sylvia Plath and a variety of other writers speaking candidly about writing poetry.

Want to see your poem shared on the blog? Submissions is easy! Leave a comment or tag @typewriterpoetry / #typewriterpoetry on your Instagram pictures.

Day 13: Featured Poem

Today’s featured typewriter poetry:


Each day, a poem is featured on the curated @typewriterpoetry Instagram as well as the blog. Be sure to tag @typewriterpoetry / #typewriterpoetry on your Instagram pictures to be featured on the next National Poetry Month round.

Day 13: Daily Batch of Typewriter Poetry

Read Day 13‘s daily typewriter poetry, below. Don’t forget to tell us what you think!


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"And I still wonder if you wonder"

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suck myself out the heart i give it back

For this year’s National Poetry Month, I’m working on the poetry for my art book, suck myself out the heart i give it back. If you’re enjoying these poems, feel free to read about the concept or view the entire poetry collection.

April 13th, 2016

This poem was inspired by thinking of how much roses have lost their scent in the last century, as well as walking with owners & dogs who misbehave. Read more about the inspiration behind today’s poem on my blog: 13 : suck myself out the heart i give it back

Donate to Tupelo Press

For #NationalPoetryMonth, Im fundraising on behalf of Tupelo Press, a small literary publisher. Tupelo’s 30/30 Project is an all-year monthly round of writing a poem a day. Check out their website and read the collection of poetry we’ve volunteered to write.


Enjoying the work I’ve been steadily producing? Let me know! I also encourage you to donate in my name to Tupelo Press. 100% of proceeds go to their literary press, its tax-deductible, and you’d be a patron of the arts.

See you tomorrow for another round typewriter poetry for National Poetry Month!



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