National Poetry Month | Poem entitled PREDATORY by Mariecor Agravante | Writer Mariecor | WriterMariecor.com

Celebrating National Poetry Month

Predatory

 

National Poetry Month — how will you observe it?

Since 1996, the month of April has been designated as National Poetry Month in the United States.  That’s thanks to the efforts of the Academy of American Poets.

During this thirty-day “holiday” celebration, many are encouraged to discuss and promote the utility of and necessity for poetry.  In honor of this month-long literary fete, here is a poem I’ve penned for the occasion.  The poem is accompanied with a photo I took during one of our family outings.

As can be seen, poetry can be read at face-value.  Or, it can also be read between the lines for symbolism and hidden meanings.  The reader’s perusal of a poem can be a unique experience – like a moment personalized.

Take a moment to reflect on your favorite poems.  Are they nursery rhymes?  Or even lyrics to songs?  Poetry is just about everywhere.  And once it takes a hold of you, your life is richer.

Mariecor Agravante

Mariecor Agravante

Mariecor is a military veteran’s wife and a mother of two. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Gonzaga University (Spokane, WA), and has a strong California Grad School background in Organizational Leadership. Ever the adventuress, Mariecor has visited all the major US military aviation museums in the country, as well as enjoyed bungee-jumping in Australia, skydiving, paragliding, and even hot-air ballooning. She also completed her first marathon in 2006 on Oahu, and loves family vacations with her husband, their children, and pets. Continually sought as a professional writer and freelance editor, Mariecor has been published in USA Today, Studio D Media (formerly Demand Media Studios), Toovia.com, CampTrip.com, O-Dark-Thirty: A Literary Magazine, as well as other media channels.

Leave a Reply