We cannot imagine a world without dogs and the joy they bring. Check out our new playlist and poetry prompt. Come sing (or howl) a few Dog Songs with us.
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Our new Baby, Baby playlist runs the gamut from Bieber, to Bebe, to bébé, with a little lullaby thrown in. Listen along & explore our newest poetry prompt.
It’s time for a new cheese poetry prompt and a playlist. We’ve got unique songs and a prompt that’s sure to bring on the cheese.
Welcome to this month’s poetry prompt and playlist! Listen along with us and write an ode to Rice Krispies, or your favorite breakfast cereal.
The moon, with its silent glow and deep mystery, is the locus of many a love song. Give our “To the Moon” moon songs playlist a try for poetic inspiration.
If you look closely, the intricate pattern of Spanish Lace has a story to tell. We’ve woven together a new playlist of songs—from Spanish lace to lace in general, from the group Paper Lace to some great Spanish love songs. An intoxicating variety of tunes, and a poetry prompt.
Listen to our new Doors & Passageways playlist, then write a doors or passageways poem, including a line of the lyrics if you like.
Night poetry easily lends itself to being love poetry. Like Byron’s “She Walks in Beauty.”
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.
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.
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.
He knows if you’ve been bad or haiku, so be haiku for goodness sake. Seth Haines shares an inspiring 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.
In “A Method, A Path,” British poet Rowan Evans points to the music in poetry, and to the poetry in music.
Titania and Oberon Are Characters in A Midsummer Night’s Dream This little poem series brings Shakespeare’s characters into a modern setting. 1 Titania’s Garden He’s had his way— long winter, Oberon’s pinch. The air piercing time. And again. No one would think to look in the frozen dirt for anything worth tasting. But there […]
Try writing Song Title Poetry! All you need is a pad of sticky notes, a playlist of favorite songs, and your imagination.