Saturday, April 9, 2011

Global Poem for Change

LitWorld, A Global Literacy Organization based in NYC, has an interesting project for April. They strongly believe in Words Changing Worlds, so they are celebrating Poetry Month by creating a Global Poem for Change, a poem with contributors from all over the world.

Join LitWorld in celebrating the power and spirit of words by helping to compose a Global Poem for Change.

Poet Naomi Shihab Nye got the poem started with a first line: I send my words out into the air, listening for yours from everywhere.

Now it's your turn. Think about: What words do you send out into the air? What words do you listen for?

Learn a bit more about the project by watching the video. Then submit a line of your own HERE and watch the Poem GROW at the LitWorld Blog.

1 comment:

  1. What a wonderful and creative idea for National Poetry Month.


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