Infante WORCESTER - Judging by the sudden proliferation of poetry events this week, it seems National Poetry Month is in full swing.
What does NaPoMo stand for?
NaPoMo stands for National Poetry Month (also seen as NPM)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A poem from the book, In a Blue Wood, was an Academy of American Poets Poem-a-Day feature during National Poetry month.
Mom's favorite genre was poetry, and I wonder what she would have thought of the works featured in this, our annual issue observing National Poetry Month in April.
Louis Poetry Center celebrates National Poetry Month with readings by local poets, LBB, 399 N.
Now some of his silliest quotes have been turned into verse by Washington Post writer Richard Thompson for National Poetry Month.
The Portz Fund Grant and the National Poetry Month celebration connect the local creative arts efforts initiated by our class with national efforts to support and celebrate the arts.
Not nearly as famous as Psalm 23, or even Leaves of Grass--Walt Whitman's famous book of poetry made infamous last year when a gent named Bill gave it as a gift to a woman called Monica--is National Poetry Month here in the United States.