April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate this year, the LRSWMD is seeking submissions of poems about materials management! Writing poetry is a great way to release creativity and reflect on how we perceive materials management such as recycling, composting, and trash disposal. Everyone is encouraged to submit poems- students, residents, businesses, professionals, amateurs, or complete poetry novices! While this is not a competition, and winners will not be chosen, all poem submissions will be posted at LRSWMD locations throughout the spring and summer for our residents to enjoy. Poems will be accepted until April 30, 2021 and can be submitted to Lexi Chambers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is an example to spark inspiration:
“There was a young lad from lamoille
Whose trash was a terrible toil
Until he used his blue bin
To put recyclables in
And his food scraps were turned into soil “
~Susan Alexander, District Manager
2 thoughts on “Celebrate National Poetry Month with LRSWMD”
Lexi, What about the kids? Seems like the poems are accepted from all! That’s great. Also hope that kids will enter their poems and that teachers could promote guidance and excitement over this.
Thanks Faith. Yes, poems from kids and people of all ages are encouraged!