Try your hand at writing a tanka poem with our fun new infographic.
We have Adelaide Crapsey, the butterfly, the reverse, Spanish quintillas and Sicilian quintains. Don’t miss our new How to Write a Cinquain infographic and cheer for your favorite variation.
But what about the girl from Nantucket? Our new limerick infographic won’t tell you that, but will give you tips on how to write a limerick.
Have you tried your hand yet? Our new poetry infographic shows you how to write a ghazal, complete with a smiling gazelle.
Writing a pantoum doesn’t have to be like being dragged to the catacombs. Just follow Erik and Christine’s helpful pantoum infographic and you’ll be out of the dungeon in no time.
Chickens, chocolate chip cookies, writing poetry on the clock? Must be our Poetry at Work Day infographic.
Want to write a sonnet? Don’t want to write a sonnet, but you have to? Either way, our Sonnet Infographic will help you laugh and write your way through.
Buy a year of happy mornings today (and become a better writer). Every Day Poems, just $5.99 Want a Sonnet Infographic? Try Quatrain Wreck: On How to Write a Sonnet Infographic by LW Lindquist. ________________ How to Read a Poem uses images like the mouse, the hive, the switch (from the Billy Collins poem)—to guide readers […]