Let’s take a look at the alphabet and see what creatures crawl and spring from letters we know so well. Then, it’s time to write letter poems!
How can you start a revolution, one little step at a time? It might just begin by keeping a reading notebook. Discover how.
Learn the secrets of ‘The Golden Dress’ by L.L. Barkat, illustrated by Gail Nadeau and tuck a little something into your next creation.
Sandra Heska King finds her creativity in the color chartreuse. What color is your creativity?
What’s your happiest moment? We reach into the past in this “Life Notes” edition, to a high-armed couch and a mountain, to try to answer the question.
It’s poetry for life – and it surrounds you. Look for it and help Tweetspeak Poetry celebrate it. We’re starting in Seattle.
Love Etc. reminds us what eternity is, and what part of it is contained within ourselves.
Dream and love poems, from the pollen of a sunflower to blue sky and a curry leaf. Plus, a poem on the pain of senility.
A year outside brings us to a year inside. Poems of nature, dreams, sensual love. Divided by seasons, the poems explore the range of human experience.
A poem of attentiveness, Russian sage, and the empty peach.