30 Poems in 30 Days
Have you ever wanted to try writing poetry?
This is Heart of Wisdom Zen Temple's fourth annual interactive poetry blog.
Thirty days of daily poetry writing in a supportive and compassionate on-line teaching platform. It will include weekly writing prompts, reflections on poetry, art, practice, work, and life, and feature guest artists. Everyone is welcome to participate. No experience necessary. If you have never written a poem before, this is the place to start! For inspiration and to create community, we will be posting our poetry online for all participants in the event to read.
Curious? Visit the site to read others’ poems and to be inspired to write your own.
If you haven't already registered for this blog (or any other WordPress account), start by clicking here.
Choose a username and password. WordPress automatically creates a personal blog for you and suggests you upgrade to a paid account, which you can ignore. Near the bottom, look for this line:
Click on "Click here" and just keep clicking "Next" until you see a request to confirm your email address. Check your email and click the confirmation link.
Once you have a WordPress account, email Gensho so he can send you and invitation to the blog. And start writing your poetry!
For any technical assistance, send an email to Gensho. If you're not comfortable with the process, he will gladly set up an account for you.
Cibyl Kavan is a ZCO student, an emerging poet, visual artist, musician, and teacher. She volunteers in the Japanese Garden Haiku Alive school program, and leads poetry workshops at Heart of Wisdom.