It’s Random Acts of Poetry Day, a day devoted to painting poetry in the public square. Share some poetry with your world (and make it better).
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Part of the joy of poetry is the delight of surprise, and what better surprise than to find a poem on your pillow. Poem on Your Pillow Day is coming May 3.
It’s Random Acts of Poetry Day, a day devoted to painting poetry in the public square, either literally or figuratively. Come along for some random fun.
Date: Random Acts of Poetry Day is celebrated on the first Wednesday in October. In 2021, that’s October 6. How to Celebrate: Random Acts of Poetry Day is about painting poetry in the public square, either literally or figuratively. Chalk your poem onto the sidewalk (or a blackboard), leave one on a subway seat, pin […]
Poem on Your Pillow Day is Tuesday, May 3, in 2022. (Check out our post which includes an amusing history of the pillow.) Basic Description Poem on Your Pillow Day brings poetry home. Slip a quiet poem onto a friend’s, a guest’s, or a lover’s pillow. Or share a poem with your child at bedtime. […]
Celebrate those unforgettable occasions with all the characters that make up a family. Join us for Funniest Family Gatherings. Share a poem & a few laughs.
Join us for a few giggles and smiles while you explore the Photo Play contributions from our community. Be inspired and share your poetry with us.
It’s not just the sound of a laugh that makes us giggle along, sometimes it’s also what we see. Join us! It’s time for a little Photo Play with laughter.
We’ve rounded up the funniest songs ever, to keep your holidays light (even hilarious). From rock to pop, opera to country, we’ve got the best funny songs!
What are we reading at Tweetspeak Poetry? Catch up on the top posts from last month (or so).
As we turn the page to 2014, we’re playing back the most popular posts at Tweetspeak Poetry of 2013. Not surprisingly, these posts reflected our commitment to play, learn, and grow.
What are we reading at Tweetspeak Poetry? Catch up on the top posts from last month (or so). Featuring Claire Burge, Lakin Easterling, Daniel Sperry, Poets House and more.
In this month’s columns from Karen Paul Holmes, our Poet Laura invites us to write a dark humor poem using a sample Rupert Fike poem.
The clerihew is a form poem that “has rhyme and attitude.” Learn how to write a clerihew with this fun explanation + poetry prompt!
Madness is the coin that opens our hearts to story. Join us as we consider the madness and sanity of Cervantes’ Don Quixote.
Children’s poetry speaks to the child within us. Join us as we read Joyce Sidman’s “What the Heart Knows” for National Poetry Month.
It’s funny the things we are grateful for, in retrospect. Join us as we learn a poem of gratitude By Heart: “The Good Life” by Tracy K. Smith.
As we begin to leave our pandemic cocoons, we’re contemplating the meaning of life while reading generously ‘Death Wins a Goldfish.’
Join author Callie Feyen as she explores ways of giving and receiving with creative nonfiction as a guide.
“How to Write a Form Poem” by Tania Runyan is a guide to 10 poetic forms. It also stands as an ode to poetry.