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Poetry Matters Project

Mission: to build community connections through collaboration under guise of poetry.
Opening at 6:00 PM on Tuesday
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Poetry Matters Project at 20
by Gabrielle Abrams

2020 marks twenty years of poetry and community for Augusta, Georgia’s treasured Poetry Matters Project. Many aspects of Poetry Matters have changed and expanded over the years, but it’s work by founder, Lucinda Clark, has remained consistent. C...

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It has been a while since our last post. We have been working to update a number of things that were in need of our attention in order to move forward.
The decision to continue was one the main actions we needed to consider.
Thanks to Kim McMillion and Tulane's TRIP program the road to conne...

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We are sheltering in place. We are also working with some of the fine interns with Tulane's TRIP program.
If you want to know what we are up to visit our Facebook page or listen to our recording at Sound Cloud. To find us just type in Poetry Matters Project.
Stay safe!

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My name is Leah Martino and I’m so excited and thankful to be working with the Poetry Matters Project this summer.

I am a rising junior at Tulane University studying Communications and English. Writing has allowed me to express myself from childhood to adulthood and I am thrilled to share that ...

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We are happy to share an update on Aiken Poet Laureate Joan Lacombe. This article written by Aiken Standard gives a profile on an Aiken treasure.

@aikenstandard @poetrymattersproject

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Today is the last official day of National Poetry Month. We wanted to see if we could get others involved by sharing this poem written by LJClark.

Poets Are:

Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, Kin

Poets Are

The people who share their observations of the world
they dive deep within.

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Today the world is observing the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. What is so ironic is that we shutter-in-place from a pandemic! If you are listening to the news reports they say the skies are clearer, our water cleaner and wild animals run free. We share a chart to help with additional reflection ...

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Poetry Tears Down Walls

Our community is the world. Collaboration our goal.

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