Beekeeper and poet Sara Eddy gives us a rich inside view to life with bees and poetry. She shows us where poetry lives.
Peek in on an evening of poetry and beekeeping talk, with this highlight of the chat during our “Tell the Bees” event with Sara Eddy.
The bees have something to say—to Sue Hubbell, to Emily Dickinson, and to Sara Eddy, our Summer Lights poet.
Join us for bees poetry and some beekeeping chat. But, before that, pen your own poem where you tell the bees—or ask them—something.
Poet Sara Eddy has published two chapbooks — “Tell the Bees” and “Full Mouth” — about bees, food, and life.
While you wait for your flowers to bloom and your garden to produce its fruit, enjoy this collection of 10 great garden poems.
British Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, the first woman to hold the post, writes powerful and beautiful poetry.
Tweetspeak Poetry’s most recent Twitter party resulted in ten poems about lemonade, lightning, bread, gears, a locomotive, and an equation — of bees.
At the Twitter poetry party, we got into bees and moons and ants and rosaries and all manner of things