Scribble Day Poetry
Today is Scribble Day, which is celebrated each year on March 27th.
While the day was originally inaugurated by writer and illustrator Diane Alber (whose children’s books focus on art and creation), we think it would be fun to extend the day to include poem scribbling!
Try It: Scribble Poetry Prompt
Scribble a poem for Scribble Day. Messy is perfectly fine. Maybe even desirable. Or write a poem about something you scribble for the day. Or write a poem to the act of scribbling. If you share your poem on Instagram, feel free to drop in your Instagram link so we can see!
Photo by John Cameron, Creative Commons, via Unsplash.
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Pauline Beck says
words taking shape–shapeless and meaning-less–finding their way without a plan, without rhyme or reason, onto a clean sheet of blankness, something beyond control calling them there simply to BE, SPIRIT scribbles–chaotic lines that mock epics, sneer at sonnets, snicker at sestets that sprawl so smug in their learned language–childlike scribbles that speak to and from the Heart of Heaven
Katie Spivey Brewster says
Ab-so-lute-ly LOVE this Pauline! 🙂
Love all this!
Laura Lynn Brown says
why take rapid notes
you can hardly read later?
fear of forgetting?
put the pencil down
listen to the speaker’s face
Bethany R. says
I just love this, Laura.