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.
Step back to the age of sailing & learn about the folk style of sea shanties. Join us & write one of your own. Here’s an opportunity to complain about work!
This week, we explore a poem by T.S. Eliot prize-winner, Philip Gross, “The Boat Made of Poems.” Gather your tools & craft a boat of your poetry with us.
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.