What are you paying attention to?
We tell the story bulls don't like the color red. Bulls don't like getting lanced in their spine and jabbed with poles.
It was a full day of learning for me and I feel fueled and tired and content. Learning is so important for me and I'm so grateful for all the opportunities I get to make connections as I find my way forward.
For anyone who needs this message:
I love possibility
One of my favorite seasons
How do you feel
Do you notice how you ally?
Black Out Poetry
Same topic, different year
In 2018, I was inspired to write a poem about Robert's Rules. You see, I really don't like them. I think they stifle human interaction, creativity, connection, and progress and they really don't make anything go faster than other methods of inclusive facilitation. I still see them around and they still bother me so I wrote another poem on the same topic. If you want to check my 2018 version out, click here: https://www.moonsweptyoga.com/moonsweptyogapoems/poem-192-aged-robert
Take just a moment
One of the great things about doing a daily poetry challenge is I never know where my inspiration will come from.
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List Poem - We Can Do Better
I'm dancing the line between poetry and prose here - I appreciate your poetry-grace. I am learning every day. Please message me if you spot something I can learn from here. Also, if you don't think racism is a real thing. check out this article on Business Insider.
Thoughts from my living room
I love structured poems. Here's a pantoum for your enjoyment. Also, if you haven't read anything by Eleanor Boudreau yet, you should check her out now.
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I think we're racing headlong towards a brutal winter and, the fall-ish weather feels like heaven. Here's a poem reminder to go for it! Thanks to Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram for the prompt.
Bad Advice Prompt
Creative enthusiast, gregarious naturalist, opinionated humanist, MBA, RYT 200. Amy Kay Czechowicz completed a poetry challenge for 2018 and 2020 by posting an original poem daily to this blog. She's started a Patreon for 2023 where you can find her more recent work!