Posted 'Turnkey Construction', new poem:
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Monday Muse looks at the "Life of a Poet" series presented by the Poetry and Literature Center at the Library of Congress.
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Today's short is "A Solitary World', inspired by works by H.G. Wells. Directed and produced by James W. Griffiths, the short is narrated by Terry Burns; its score is by Lennert Busch.
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Posted review of L.L. Barkat's new poetry collection "Love, Etc.":
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I've posted John Siddique's beautiful new videopoem "Whirlpool":
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I've posted a new poem, "Dogwood and Flowering Judas", from a manuscript-in-progress. I am using words from T.S. Eliot's work to create found poems.
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Posted Monday Muse, another in an occasional series offering something about poets and poetry or writing more generally that you might not know:
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The poet repeats the first line of verse on the fourth and seventh line. Then the second line is repeated at the end. The rhyme follows the end words of the first two…Continue
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It’s April 1st, and the start of National Poetry Month. Again, I will try to post a poem a day, and this isn't an April Fool's joke. There will be a few repeats, some new, and some from other poets. Hope you enjoy.
This poem is an Epigram. It’s a short saying, usually in verse, and a…
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I've posted two haiku in anticipation of spring and flowers.
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April kicks off National Poetry Month!! Celebrate by reading a book of poetry - better yet, support a poet and buy a book of their poetry! Start with mine! =) It's available on Amazon and it's less than $10 so you can afford it. Plus the cover is awfully pretty:…Continue
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Monday Muse introduces the Academy of American Poets' Poet-to-Poet Project for youths in grades 3-12.
A quote from a Marge Piercy poem is Thought for the Day.
Added by Maureen E. Doallas on March 30, 2014 at 9:36am — No Comments
Today's short is a brief video of English poet and playwright Roger McGough reading from his collection "As Far As I Know":
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Two ekphrastic poems inspired by Lisa Hess Hesselgrave's painting "Girl in Street" appear at TweetSpeakPoetry today.
My poem "Hazardous Duty: Ode to My Kitchen" appears in Every Day Poems.
Added by Maureen E. Doallas on March 28, 2014 at 8:00am — No Comments
Posted 'After', a poem in remembrance of my late brother.
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Marjorie Carlson Davis and I are proud to announce the release of the Spring 2014 Prairie Wolf Press Review, a literary online journal featuring new and emerging writers and visual artists. Our feature artist for this issue is fine photographer, Lynn Berreitter.
The Website: www,prairiewolfpress.com
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Posted Thought for the Day, a line from Wislawa Szymborska's poem 'The Hunger Camp at Jaslo':
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A haiku to mark spring's arrival:
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