Seth Haines awakens his creativity and finds the poetry of fly fishing through graceful repetition, through easy and patient strokes.
Cat poetry for dog lovers? Probably not. It might be a genetic thing.
Seth Haines tries his hand at penning a ghazal, a form of poetry that’s new to him, and finds himself sinking into its rhythms.
Some enjoy a simple tattoo— fraternity symbol, inspirational quote, half-naked pinup girl—but others prefer something more metaphorical. Like a peony.
We’re rocking this month at Tweetspeak! Come kick off this month’s “Rock and Roll” theme with a killer playlist and poetry prompt. Are you ready to rock?
Book doodles, flower-power drone poetry bombs, Papa on Facebook, refrigerator poetry, and Afghani poetry–it’s all here in this week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks!
In this week’s poetry prompt, we explore the stories reflected in the mirror. What story does your mirror tell?
Can you tell the difference between mirror and mirage? Do you follow false reflections or true? This week, we’re exploring the poetry in mirages.
The question of art, children’s poetry, and the scientific uses of poetry–It’s all in this week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks!
The slanted, off-kilter fun-house bedroom emptied into a narrow a corridor, a hallway with mirrored walls. The lights were bright, fluorescent lit, and gave the general impression of being trapped inside that Bruce Lee classic, Enter the Dragon. My three boys and I stopped, noticed the hundreds of us-es that seemed to stretch around slight reflective […]
Seth Haines starts out our June Mirror, Mirror theme with a musical reflection — our June poetry prompt playlist of mirror tunes.
The phoenix is a classic theme in literature, poetry, and music. This week Seth Haines has a poetry prompt with the phoenix and Ani Difranco’s 32 Flavors.
Celebrities set in Renaissance masterpieces, poetry as therapy, poetic computation, trading words for images. It’s a new week of our Top 10 Poetic Picks.
Join Seth Haines for a new poetry prompt on the swallow, from this month’s Swan, Swallow, the Phoenix theme.
Write a coming-of-age poem inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale “The Ugly Duckling” in this week’s poetry prompt from Seth Haines.
Tattoos as art, trading guns for art, pigs writing poetry, and taking poetry into outer space. It’s another week of our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
Seth Haines kicks off the month of May with a new poetic playlist on our Swans, Swallow, Phoenix theme, and a brand new poetry prompt to boot.
Making Grendel from paper mâché? Perhaps you’d rather just write a creature poem. Seth Haines has a new poetry prompt from literature’s greatest creatures.