The day before, I posted to Miscellaneous Arts for the first time since early January -- better but not great. It's a start. I have a plan but don't know what it is. Until then, the plan is write and publish one post at a time, then another and so on.
TWT's Tuesday advice, prompt or guiding thought is "This week, focus on the freedom that writing offers!" I interpret that as let 'er rip and forget about the other post. Be here now, not there and see where that takes me.
My idiosyncratic interpretation of poetry bombing for National Poetry Month takes me to digitally hurling poetry every which way, the less expected a target, the better. Poetry bombing is related to or a sub-genre of guerrilla poetry, which "involves publishing poetry in unexpected and unconventional ways in unexpected and unconventional places. Guerrilla poets like to choose unusual media or materials for their poems. They avoid publishing their poems using black text on a white page.."
Anybody can do this. You don't even have to write poetry. Examples: Daniel S McTaggert reads "Guerrilla Poetry" (Internet Archives) + 10 guerrilla poetry projects (Flavorwire).