We asked people to tell us their poetry stories in poems or prose for a National Poetry Month giveaway. Now we’ve put them in a collection as a surprise!
For some, reading and writing poetry is a way “through the tunnel and back into the light.” Follow Maureen Doallas’ Journey into Poetry.
On a trip to the shopping mall I visit the bookstore and buy my first book: Ariel. A thin paperback. I read it that night. I read it all summer long.
As a young person, Lakin Easterling fell asleep with the dictionary. Today, she shares her Journey Into Poetry.
Through a meandering journey into poetry, poet Tara Skurtu discovered that poetry can be just as healing an art as medicine.
Few things sneak past my Ozark grandmother—and that includes the wonder, mischief, and brutality of Mother Nature. Born in 1924, Granny Hollis remembers horse and wagon (I kid you not) that her father drove. Down gravel roads, he maneuvered the horses to carry wife and children to a small town, not much more than a […]
Our theme for July is The Cento—a put-together poem, a patchwork if you will, of words from others. What follows is not a Cento and will not tell you what a Cento is, but we’re okay with that. We tell our writers to “be creative, ” and that’s what Karen Swallow Prior has been by […]
Here at T. S. Poetry, nothing could make us happier than when a person discovers poems.