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My Top 6 Poems of the 30/30 Poetry Challenge 2015

By on May 11, 2015

So, I’ve compiled this list of six to help you get your quick poetic fix.

These are my favorite poems of my own crafting from my most recent 30/30 sprint of April 2015. They may or may not have gotten the most shares/likes/comments, but I think that these pieces were some of my most successful in the sense of rising to the challenge of most ruthlessly and lovingly excavating those parts of myself I’d been trying the hardest to guard (as was my goal for this year’s NaPoWriMo).

If you like these (or others) of my poems, then enjoy, share, and/or say things.
And thanks again for your support!
– Justin

Day 4 – The Hero’s Hand
(Photo Credit: Flickr / Marguffa!)

(Photo Credit: Flickr / Marguffa!)

A poem of demons and duality.

Day 9 – When Talking to Women (Note to Self)
(Photo Credit: Flickr / Brodaman)

(Photo Credit: Flickr / Brodaman)

A poem to remind myself to be myself when attempting to flirt.

Day 13 – Women Ache Rain
(Photo Credit: Flickr / Mαmà)

(Photo Credit: Flickr / Mαmà)

A poem subconsciously handcrafted using poetry fridge magnets, possibly deep.

Day 18 – He Took Me to a Gay Bar (for Michael)
(Photo Credit: Flickr, IPS News)

(Photo Credit: Flickr, IPS News)

A poem of love, a lesson on the origins of confidence.

Day 26 – How to Bake a Racist Cake
(Photo Credit: Flickr / Krisztián Laczó)

(Photo Credit: Flickr / Krisztián Laczó)

A recipe poem that’s super easy to make yourself today!

Day 30 – Applying Myself (To Your Altar)
(Photo Credit: Flickr / Ashdon McFall)

(Photo Credit: Flickr / Ashdon McFall)

A poem. A rather deep, dark, and bloodstained poem.

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