Today is poetry in your pocket day–a day to delight in, savor, revere, and share poetry. The concept is simple enough: write down a poem on a piece of paper and shove it in your pocket–crumpled, wadded up, neatly folded: it doesn’t matter. Just get that poem in there.
Wherever you go today, take that poem out and read it to someone–a friend, a stranger, (strangers love when people approach them with a few lines of verse–trust me) your mother, the bus driver. Well, maybe not the bus driver, or save that for a red light.
And don’t tell me you can’t find one: