The Daily Practice: Why you, too, might want to write a poem a day
Rosemerry joins the Poetry Society of New Hampshire to talk about a daily writing practice.
What happens if you write a poem every day? Of course, you become a better poet—practice anything that much and you’ll improve! Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer has been writing (and sharing) daily poems since 2006. She will share practical ideas about accountability, how to find inspiration day after day, how to meet the blank, how to share your practice. But she’ll also talk about transformation—the miraculous, mysterious ways that writing poems every day changes your whole life—the way you see the world, the way you move through it, the way you know and unknow what it is to be alive.
She will also read poems from her newest collection, Hush, which won the Halcyon Prize from Middle Creek Press, published in 2020, and also from the daily poems. They can be found online at https://ahundredfallingveils.com/
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