For the second year running, NPR is hosting a micropoetry competition during April. I wonder if I dare rise to that challenge.
If you watch the bottom of this page, you'll see my tweets - which are normally quite rare (my handle is @Jonah). However, for the season of Lent I have been observing a discipline of "Praying the Psalms". This has involved posting a 140 (or less) response to the psalm(s) appointed in the Revised Lectionary for the Morning Office. As much as possible, I try to include a phrase or an echo in my response.
The point being, I have maintained a discipline of daily tweeting. I've proved it's possible.
I greatly respect the work of Dave Bonta, who tweets a poetic impression of the world around his morning porch. He knows more nature than I do, and has more to observe than I do in my suburban environment. The standard Dave sets seems above my humble abilities.
Still, it's an interesting challenge. Would you take the challenge?