I lied about my weight on my poetic license.
I didn't have anything planned for this week (other than talking about the Summer Poem Swap). I like what Tanya Davis does with "How To Be Alone," so I'll send you there, or if you want to see a wee lad perform, check out this version of "Aedh Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven."
Interested in joining the Summer Poem Swap? What is it? Send a poem to a person every two weeks for a total of five poems over ten weeks. You can send it in an envelope or on a postcard. The "due dates" are June 27, July 11, July 25, August 8, and August 22.
If you want to do a little add-on, you can take photos of something (a special object, a picture of a poet) in different locations and share it with person you are sending something to. Another alternative is to decorate the envelope.
The sign-up deadline is May 27. If there's someone in particular who you've always been dying to be paired with, let me know. :-)
Buffy Silverman is the Poetry Friday round-up host today. Thanks, Buffy!