That's something I'm up to this month. National Poetry Writing Month is the brain child of US poet Maureen Thorson, and it's been going since 2003. (So it's taken 10 years for me to notice. I never claimed to be quick off the mark ... ) If we refer to the site's FAQ:
How do I participate in NaPoWriMo?
Easy! Just write a poem a day for the month of April. You can post them on the internet. You can hide them in a notebook. You can make up a special book just for yourself out of them. Really, all you need to do is write a poem a day for the month of April.
And, so far, I am. I'm finding it particularly satisfying that, even on days when my other life pretty much scoffs the lot, I can still salvage enough time to write a poem. Or at very least, the first draft of one.
I'm trying not to revise any poem beyond the day it's written. (Okay, I did go back and change an "into" to a "through", but it was really bugging me, and it was just the once.) Normally I'm rubbish at that thing of putting a piece of work onto a metaphorical back burner to simmer quietly for a while before re-considering it. But the set-up of NaPoWriMo makes it easier. Write the things, bung them away, look at them in May. What will I make of my 30-poem group then? I will have to wait and see.
Fancy giving it a go? Don't wait for 2014 - just jump in now. You won't regret it!