It’s not just a poetry prompt — it’s the pet door to an adventure. Journey along as we live vicariously through dog tales of excitement and suspense.
We received several heart-warming submissions for our photography prompts. Visit our family dog album, pick your favorite, and respond with a poem.
Taking good pet photographs takes practice. Our photography prompts are here to help. Bring your camera and dog along with us for a little Photo Play!
Whether its in praise of a stapler, an old t-shirt or a frog, Marjorie Maddox tells us we need the “cadence of praise.” We need the Ode.
In Poets and Poems, we look at Ted Hughes’ “Crow, ” published in 1970, representing a significant shift for the poet and a milestone in 20th century poetry.
Cats have a long history that can be plumbed and poeticized—from Egypt to China, Greece to Japan.
Ghazal poetry sometimes asks the big questions. Who am I? Why am I here? And, for that matter, why are you?
Have you ever found a bottle worth keeping? Have you ever collected a whole colorful line? Put it in poetry.
What he did for cats, Francesco Marciuliano has now done for dogs: “I Could Chew on This, and Other Poems by Dogs.”
Cats write poems about family, work, play, and existence in I Could Pee on This by Francesco Marciuliano.
The whales, the sea, and the occasional dragonfly and blackbird. Love poems to make you dream.