Cat poetry has been around for a long time. And why not? Cats are just so intriguing!
Ghazal poetry is poetry of longing. Check out these easy instructions for How to Write a Ghazal. And smile at “Hip-Hop Ghazal, ” by Patricia Smith.
To kick off this month’s new Tattoo poetry theme, we gathered a list of the best tattoo songs we could find.
Do you have a favorite playlist you listen to while you write poetry? We’re featuring ten of our favorite themed writing playlists.
Can you put bottles and cans in your poems? Join us for our new Bottled & Canned theme, and a brand new playlist and poetry prompt.
Rock music contains poetry, as do the instruments and voices that speak it. Jethro Tull’s “Acres Wild” shows us the way.
We’re rocking this month at Tweetspeak! Come kick off this month’s “Rock and Roll” theme with a killer playlist and poetry prompt. Are you ready to rock?
Seth Haines starts out our June Mirror, Mirror theme with a musical reflection — our June poetry prompt playlist of mirror tunes.
Start April with some poetry about dragons and creatures, and a brand new creature-themed musical playlist to get your poetry juices flowing.
A tribute to Vincent Van Gogh, in song. Jane Olivor video. Happy Birthday, Vincent!
One Direction and Bon Jovi are all over the new goat song craze. We kick off our March Pantoum poetry theme with a playlist for the goat pantoum.
We believe in the art of turning one direction into another. After all, that seems like one of the deepest possibilities of poetry.
Tweetspeak is here for you. We have the best love poems (print one off and tuck it in your pocket–it might come in handy), we have a Funny Valentine’s Playlist if you need to break the ice, and we have the sweetest list of romantic songs. All you have to do is Play.
We want you to have a happy Valentine’s Day tomorrow, and we’re here to help with a Valentine playlist of great love songs. A Funny Valentine Playlist.
A thematic playlist to help you celebrate the 200th birthday of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Snark included, no extra charge.
Welcome to a new year here at Tweetspeak Poetry. With this new year comes a new series of Monday poetry prompts to help you get your week started right! If you’ve been with us for a while, you know the drill–I’ll provide a writing prompt touching on Tweetspeak’s monthly theme, and you’ll compose a poem to […]
He knows if you’ve been bad or haiku, so be haiku for goodness sake. Seth Haines introduces our December poetry theme, and a brand new holiday playlist.
This month’s theme at Tweetspeak is surrealism, and we’re composing poems that play with the theme. Seth Haines has a brand new surrealism-themed musical playlist to help us create some surrealist poetry by playing with juxtapositions and free associations.
Tweetspeak celebrates Oktoberfest with our monthly theme of Wine and Beer. Whether you’re after a sweet lagered malt with just a thin lacing, a bold shiraz that wants to take its own self out of the bottle, or a dry Albariño with green apple notes, there’s a song here to please your poetic palate. Pick […]
This month, Tweetspeak is celebrating “The Poet, ” and in musical fashion Seth Haines has compiled this playlist featuring some of the world’s greatest poets and songwriters. Seth has attempted to pair spoken-word poems with songs in a way that creates a series of “couplets.” Save for the introductory couplet (Marsalis/Peyroux), each couplet attempts to explore a […]