I didn't have a supply of post-it notes this year so I utilized the software app called "Stickies" on my Macbook, downloaded some free, "no attribution required" images from Pixabay, and combined stickies and pics to create my Post It Note poems.
In this challenge for the previous two years, I was never able to write a poem per day and end the month with 28 brand spanking new poems. This year I was able to do it. Hooray!
I experimented with some different forms: did a trial and error (a couple of errors, but good ones) with tanka, wrote a new list poem, wrote an acrostic poem that was the result of a bibliomancy prompt where I picked the title and subject from a random page in a book (happened to be Ursula K. LeGuin's The Dispossessed, page 121, my finger landed on the words "sweet-scented paper), and as usual wrote some haiku-forms (haiku poetry with more than one stanza) and some free-form.
I wrote more then 28 poems for the month of February. I estimate the number of poems I wrote is around 40. Not all of them made the cut for Post It Note Poetry. Some of them were too long; some were not good enough and need a lot of work before they are ready to be submitted to a poetry journal. But some of the 28 poems I posted to the Facebook group will be submitted for possible publication. I hope one or two of them may end my long dry spell in publishing.
Some of the best poems I wrote in February 2015 for the Post It Note Poetry are listed below: