Given that there is only a week left of #NPM14, I’m inviting everyone to participate in one last poetry prompt. Have you ever given thought to your personal writing style? Is it recognisable enough to mimic? This prompt, should you choose to participate, is about choosing a poet, be it a fellow blogger, or favourite […]

I’m going to keep this brief, and I apologise in advance for interrupting the #NPM14, but this is a serious matter that I feel obliged to make public. A fellow blogger (I’m not mentioning her name; those who know me and those who think they know her will be able to work it out for themselves), […]

Welcome to Day 23 of #NPM14. Please welcome back Oloriel Moonshadow. Last week she shared her sublime poem, Monday’s Existential Blues, and today she is back with an article about Reading Fees. … *If you are not fond of attitudes, reasoning, literature betterment for the love of it and food analogies, this article will probably […]

Welcome, Poetry People, to day 21 of National Poetry Month where I’ll be hosting a range of guest bloggers during April. Click HERE to see what you’ve missed so far, and please welcome today’s unique and talented guest Poet, Carrie. Thank you, Carrie, for sharing your insight and poetry. You are pure Magic and Marvels to me x … I’ve made a […]

When I began my blog a year ago, I had such meager and modest expectations that anyone would pay any attention to what was being written, let alone take the time to leave a comment because of something I happened to write. I wrote short stories then, a memoir of sorts, recollections of a kid […]

Welcome, Poetry People, to day 18 of National Poetry Month where I’ll be hosting a range of guest bloggers during April. Click HERE to see what you’ve missed so far. Please welcome today’s guest Poet, Oloriel Moonshadow from Color me in cyanide and cherries. She’s going to hate for this, but I can’t sing her praises […]

Welcome, Poetry People, to day 16 of National Poetry Month where I’ll be hosting a range of guest bloggers during April. Click HERE to see what you’ve missed so far. Please welcome today’s guest Poet, Suzy Hazelwood from WordMusing. Suzy is a very talented, warm, and generous lady who has a wide range of writing […]

Welcome, Poetry People, to day 14 of National Poetry Month where I’ll be hosting a range of guest bloggers during April. Click HERE to see what you’ve missed so far. Please welcome today’s special guest Author, and Poet, Loren Kleinman. I am relatively new to Loren’s work, but already a huge fan; if words had […]

Welcome back, Poetry Lovers! As promised, here are the results for last weekend’s Micropoetry Challenge, inspired by David Henson’s “140 Characters: Poetry and Form” post. Thank you to everyone who participated: Gigi at http://gigisrantsandraves.wordpress.com Melanie Blackwell at http://wordifull.com Wendy at http://greenlightlady.wordpress.com Muddletation at http://muddletation.wordpress.com Laurie Smith at http://laurie27wsmith.wordpress.com I hope that you like the creations I’ve made […]

Welcome, Poetry People, to day 12 of National Poetry Month where I’ll be hosting a range of guest bloggers during April. Click HERE to see what you’ve missed so far. Please welcome today’s guest Author, Sonya Rhen, who shares a poem, plus personal insight on why poetry really does belong to everyone. Further links to […]

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