What he did for cats, Francesco Marciuliano has now done for dogs: “I Could Chew on This, and Other Poems by Dogs.”
Every weekday morning, we send a carefully-chosen poem, along with beautiful artwork, out to eagerly awaiting inboxes around the world. Here are our top recent Every Day Poems.
With twenty-seven robberies and two poems to his credit, Black Bart was a legend. Kimberlee Conway Ireton answers with a poem to Black Bart.
Cats write poems about family, work, play, and existence in I Could Pee on This by Francesco Marciuliano.
Take your favorite poet with you to work for Take Your Poet to Work Day coming up July 17. This week we’re featuring poet T.S. Eliot.
Our first poet collection releases for Take Your Poet to Work Day: The Haiku Masters (Matsuo Basho, Yosa Buson, Kobayashi Issa)
Want to write a sonnet? Don’t want to write a sonnet, but you have to? Either way, our Sonnet Infographic will help you laugh and write your way through.
Like most poetry built on refrains, the villanelle steers away from narrative ideals, away from conversation and linear exchange
An epic set of Twitter poems that treads the ground of aliens, vampires, and angels.