We continue our 50 States of Generosity series with a focus on North Carolina and its Christmas trees, especially the popular Fraser fir.
We send our best wishes to you for the season and the year to come with Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s “Holidays.”
Enjoy this poem selection from Ella Wheeler Wilcox and our best wishes for happy holidays and a warm and rich New Year.
The Tweetspeak Team has bundled up our sugar plums and mistletoe, readying ourselves for that snowy trip over the river and through the woods to whomever’s house we are thinking to go. Enjoy the 12 Days of Form Poetry, Poetry Prompts and Playlists while we’re away.
The seasons, if you live in a region where they really assert themselves, each give us a different experience of the world. Share your favorite Winter poem in the comment box.
On a day like Christmas, gifts are the center, and ultimately can act as symbols of the deeper gift of sacred space and sharing.
The images of Christmas: Snow, gingerbread, candy canes, ribbons, evergreens, cranberries, candles. Join us for a “Night Before Christmas” poetry prompt.
Poets over the ages have written Christmas verse, but some Christmas poems turn out to be written by someone else! Includes great Christmas poem examples.
A poem for Christmas by L.L. Barkat: Ghost of Christmas Present.
Tim Burton’s original poem: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Holiday favorite “A Christmas Story” provides a backdrop for this week’s holiday haiku poetry prompt with Seth Haines. Careful. You’ll shoot your eye out.
Like the secret sauce of Christmas, some things are better left to simmer, and sweeten, and linger soft in the memory. Seth Haines has a prompt for poetry with your wine or beer memories.