Today, at the ass-end of National Poetry Month, is Poem In Your Pocket Day, which poets.org urges you to celebrate by "selecting a poem, carrying it with you, and sharing it with others throughout the day at schools, bookstores, libraries, parks, and workplaces."
Don't have a poem in your pocket? You can always print one out. This poem is eminently pocket-sized. Also, this one. Open Books, which has been all over this National Poetry Month thing this year, is celebrating Poem in Your Pocket Day by giving away pocket poems all day to customers. They're also hosting a pocket-themed poetry reading with Seattle's Civic Poet, Claudia Castro Luna, at El Centro De La Raza at 1:30 pm today.