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Top 5 Poetry Resources


Whether you are adept at turning out stunning poetry or simply desire to write a verse or two for someone special, you can find helpful tips and inspiration from the following poetry resources.

First and foremost I like Poets.org. It has an educational teacher’s page where you can find help to teach poetry. There is a poetry for all occasion page that gives you quick links to poetry for different times of the year as well as different sentiments and occasions. You can also find links to over 500 audios that date back to the 1960s. This is a definite stop for anyone who is wanting to write, learn or hone their poetry skills.

Poets.org – main site

http://www.poets.org/

Poetry 101: Resources for Beginners

http://www.poets.org/page.php/prmID/495

Great Poems to Teach

http://www.poets.org/page.php/prmID/86

Poems for Every Occasion

http://www.poets.org/page.php/prmID/200

Next I find the Library of Congress Poetry Resources to be very helpful. They cover topics like: American Memory, Today in History, Teacher’s page, Civil War Poetry, and one of my favorites, Abraham Lincoln and Poetry. This site is easy to navigate as it has a clickable index on the right hand side of their home page.

Library of Congress Poetry Resources

http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/lcpoetry/


Third I would like to bring to your attention to The Poetry Foundation. This foundation publishes the Poetry magazine, a very worthwhile read. Based in Chicago, this group seeks to bring poetry to the entire United States through public programs and events. Examples of what you can find here are: a collection of 10,000+ poems, a Glossary of Poetic Terms, a Learning Lab, as well as an app for all you tech savvy poets out there.

Poetry Foundation

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/

Are you an amateur poet just getting started? If so, Poetry.com is a great resource to interact with other blossoming poets. Here you will find a community of other amateur poets at all different skill levels. You can relax and enjoy writing your poetry and sharing it with others without feeling nervous or overwhelmed. A great site to experience.

Poetry.com

http://www.poetry.com/

Lastly, I’d like to introduce you to Poetry Daily. Every poet, regardless of time, talent and experience needs good contemporary poetry to read and experience. Poetry Daily offers new poetry from magazines, journals and new books every single day. Who says you can’t find inspiration or escape into the hazy mists of poetic form? This is a great place to enjoy and learn from.

Poetry Daily

http://poems.com/

My list of Top 5 Poetry Resources is small by design. To list the vast numbers of poetry resources found online and off is way past what I can cover here. So instead of producing yet another exhaustive list of links, I decided to bring you 5 fresh, current websites that can help you in many areas of your poetry writing.

If you have some favorite poetry haunts online or off, please join our discussion in my forum and share them with us. I love to hear from you!

As always, Happy Writing.

A Poetry Handbook


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