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August is Rain month here at Tweetspeak Poetry. So you’ll be treated to posts featuring Rain or Water, from some wonderful fiction and non-fiction writers, as well as poetry writing projects, like our Rain/Water Book Spine Poetry Project.

And, of course, we’d love to remind you to quench your writer’s thirst with a copy of our award-winning title Rumors of Water: Thoughts on Creativity & Writing. Twice named a Best Book of 2011!

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Photo by Claire Burge. Used with permission.

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  1. The monster loves his labyrinth
    off-season in the promised land.

    (Charles Simic, Peter Makuck)

    Voices,
    dark under Kiganda stars,
    tell me
    rumors of water
    and the moon makes it own plea.

    (Lucille Clifton, Lilah Hegnauer, Kim Addonizzio, L.L. Barkat, Michael Blumenthal/Wendy Mnookin)


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