Being brave sometimes means getting wet. But in Suzy Lee’s ‘Wave,’ being brave also brings gifts that last a lifetime. Join us for our Children’s Book Club.
A trip to Maui Ocean Center’s vast aquarium offers opportunity for Laurie Klein to contemplate how a place can envelop as well as imprint itself on the soul.
From the drifting of free verse to the mooring of form the sea is just waiting for poetry to sail in. Enjoy ten great poems about ships, sailing, and boats.
In two new poetry collections, poet Jen Karetnick asks us to consider the reality behind what is often invisible, be it illness or climate change.
Our coloring page poems series brings the fun stress relief of coloring pages and poetry together, today with Longfellow’s “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls.”
In this week’s poetry prompt, we take a closer look at the intricacies of boats and ships. Are they monuments of history or do they seem a bit more human?
Listen along with us to this month’s playlist. It features dozens of songs that will help you lose sight of the shore. Be sure to join us for a poetry prompt while we learn a little about structure through the poem, Sea Fever by John Masefield.
The ocean dances. It undulates and curls. Arches back and bends forward. Moving toward the finale. This week’s poetry prompt places you among the waves.
We are dipping our toes in the ocean at here at Tweetspeak Poetry. Join us for PhotoPlay 2. Look closely. You might just find a poem tucked inside a shell.
Our senses are heightened by the surrounding wonder of the sea and shore. Feel the sand beneath your feet. It’s time for a little PhotoPlay and Prompt.
This month, be inspired by Sand, Shells & Sea Glass. Read the Poetry Prompt and listen along. Our new playlist will give you an ocean of sound to write by.
“The sea is calm tonight…” An evocative poem analysis focusing on the imagery in Matthew Arnold’s Dover Beach. Insightful and helpful…
Welcome to the poetry classroom. Today we’re discussing “Violin at Sea.”
Edgar Allan Poe published his 1st poetry collection in 1827, at 18 years old. A tendency to run up debts & gamble kept him in constant state of reinvention.
The whales, the sea, and the occasional dragonfly and blackbird. Love poems to make you dream.