Watching a sleeping dog running in place makes us wonder what they’re dreaming of. Come learn a little about dog dreams. Then, write some poetry about the slumbering mind of man’s best friend.
Poet Billy Collins read from his new volume, “Aimless Love, ” in St. Louis County, Missouri on Nov. 1; more than 800 people came for an intimate evening.
There are many wonders in a dog’s mind. Join us for this week’s poetry prompt: My Dog Day. Now’s your chance to live a dog’s life, if only for a day.
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!
We cannot imagine a world without dogs and the joy they bring. Check out our new playlist and poetry prompt. Come sing (or howl) a few Dog Songs with us.
Cat poems are sometimes funny poems. Especially if the cat is the one who wrote them! Come now, be the cat.
What makes for funny poems? Maybe the same things that make any writing funny. Enjoy a laugh and these ten funny poems.
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.”
Surreal poems on work, love, and the ruby moon.