Write a four-line poem and send it to NAPA
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Would you like to write a 4-line poem (quatrain) this World Poetry Day – March 21st?
Share your reflections with family or friends, display them where you live, or send them to NAPA and we will share them a couple of days later our social media channels to mark The National Day of Reflection – March 23rd
Many of us have a favourite poem, or a limerick, or lyric from a song. They can make us laugh, or cry, keep us going, or reminisce.
A poem can tell a story. It can say I love you. Or I miss you. Or thank you. It can say ‘today is a good day’ or ‘today I am feeling blue’. A poem can be rude, or political, happy or sad. When it’s your poem, it can be anything you want it to be.
Four-line poems, sometimes called quatrains, are a good way of capturing a moment or a feeling.
NAPA will select poems to be included in a digital book of poetry in memory of those we have lost.