(I like Lone Wolf's idea above, by the way. It has a lot of promise.)
Otherwise, consider these:
1) - Find yourself a "student" to introduce to the creative wellspring that poetry can be and mentor that student with your experience. Then bring that effort back to PIP and tell us about it. Introduce that new poet to the rest of us. Or maybe there is someone already here at PIP that you could coach.
2) - Is there a living, publishing poet, with accessable works, that you have learned from or that you emulate? (Lone Wolf's idea writ a bit larger.) Tell us about it.
3) - Is poetry really important in your life? Dare to tell us why.
4) - Give it away!!! Are you confident enough? Are you selfless enough? Post your poetry on a community bulletin board, in a want-ad, in your church bulletin, just someplace on the street. Anonymously!!! (just in April ) Dare ya'.
okay, D-D, your turn . . .