Whether you're giving it as a gift or simply hanging it for the world to see (in your living room), your poetry deserves to be displayed in an attractive manner. The question is in what manner should you do it? A lot of it depends on your own personal preferences. You might want to just print it on cardstock and hang it, or mat it with layers or even a frame for a more beautiful look.
Are you ready to celebrate Valentine's Day? It's a great time of year to celebrate poetry, whether you want to try out a few new poets or to write some poems for someone you admire. It doesn't have to be a romantic admiration, either; write your mom or grandfather a poem just to show you care. Children love receiving poems, too!
We've become way too dependent on on specialists and experts in our culture. Look, if you have a brain tumor, you need a specialist, but to learn poetry? That's something anyone who enjoys poetry (or even hates it!) can teach. You can even use guides like this book, Teaching Poetry: Yes You Can! You don't even have to do that, though. Just collect some great poems and start talking about them.
Want to write poetry but don't know where to start? Maybe you want to introduce it to your kids or students but you aren't sure what to do. You're in luck! There are many different books, activity guides and even poetry workbooks that you can use to help your children learn more about poetry.
No matter your faith or lack thereof, The Daily Goddess is a wonderful book filled with classical poetry and interpretations that you and your family may enjoy. It's a daily book that has a poem or excerpt each day followed by an interpretation to help you better understand the text.