Poetry Month at TheBody.com: HIV/AIDS-Related Poems From Our Readers
April 1, 2013
April is National Poetry Month in the U.S., so throughout the month TheBody.com will be collecting original poems about living with, or being affected by, HIV/AIDS. You can read, enjoy and comment on all the poems here. Thanks to everybody who submits!
You can email your poems to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Poetry: [Title of Your Piece]." Be sure to specify what name or alias you'd like to use, as well as any details about yourself that you feel comfortable letting readers know -- your age, the city you live in, your gender, etc. Please note that if we post something you send us, it can be Googled, so be sure to think through what kind of information you want to provide.
If you'd rather send us a poem without having to use email, use our feedback page. You can leave out any contact information, but please write "POETRY" at the top of the form so we can spot it easily.
Poems From Our Readers
Curious to read through poems we've posted in past years? Check out our previous National Poetry Month collections!
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