Our February theme is “Heart and Soul,” and today we’re thinking solely about the latter. Let’s take our Souls on a journey in poetry!
Join us for a little Heart and Soul this month, beginning with the famous song “Heart and Soul” and a sweet poetry prompt.
Get your favorite steep (or brew) & join us in writing a poem based on “The Poet” by Yone Noguchi.
We’re going on holiday. But before we go, we’re sharing a few things for you to unwrap while we’re away. See you on Jan 2!
Join the next Every Day Poems club activity, and craft a Wish List poem to celebrate that time of year when we look for wishes to come true.
A new art book for lovers of gothic classics. Drawing Dracula Daily has almost 200 illustrations that chronicle the original tale!
Over a lifetime, Rick Maxon found poetry—even though he began by writing “horrible poems” (as he says) and even though he originally felt perplexed when trying to read poems.
We’re celebrating the release of ‘Under the Pearl Moon,’ a new collection by Every Day Poems editor Rick Maxson. Come pen a “pearls & moons” poem!
Abstract poetry is the perfect kind of verse to write as a form of playing with words, to shake loose your inner poetic style.
It’s tempting to think that classic literature became classic simply because it was pretentious. But that’s just not true. There are so many solid pulp works of fiction that don’t bother will all the fancy stuff, and Jekyll and Hyde is unabashedly one of them.
Come enjoy the lovely centos created by your fellow poetry club members. Then receive your invitation to November’s club activity!
Maybe you’d like to try a poetry mandala but you want to start simple. Here are two ways to create simple poetry mandalas. Display them and enjoy memorizing your chosen lines!
Making a poetry mandala can be a centering activity that helps you memorize beautiful lines that guide or enrich your life.
Haiku is usually reserved for nature in its transcendent moments. But this is Halloween, where (almost) anything goes. So why not try out a Halloween haiku?
Halloween can be amusing and ticklish—not just trickish. Grab a cup of hot cider and enjoy these ten fun Halloween comics treats!
What do you think of when you hear the word “straw”? Maybe The 3 Little Pigs. Or maybe one of the many surprising uses of straw. Let’s make (strong) poems out of straw!
Sometimes it’s best to start your poem in the middle of things, but sometimes it can also be intriguing to begin ab ovo (“from the egg”)!
Peek in on the community collages offered for our last Every Day Poems poetry club activity. Then maybe get inspired for a collage of your own!
Short on time for doing a full poetry collage? Try this simple-collage approach. And bring a little extra art to your poems.
Get your Medieval Vibes on and craft an abecedarian poem. How is this A-Z poem different from an acrostic? Read on to find out. Plus try the poetry prompt.