Help me convince my friend that Jane Eyre and Rochester are a great couple!
Is it ok not to feel Easter joy?
I’m thrilled to announce that poet Curtis L. Crisler will make a special guest appearance at Poetry Society of Indiana’s online Facebook event: Social Distancing Social Media Social for Poets! This event will take place entirely on Facebook, April 25, 1:30-3p. Sign up here. Invite your friends. As some of our PSI members may know, Curtis …
Given concerns about the coronavirus and the closure of our reserved venue, Poetry Society of Indiana has wisely decided to cancel our in-person Spring Fling April 25. However, there’s no reason we can’t meet online!
It’s hard to write a coronavirus poem without turning political, so here it is without further commentary:
Three collaborative poems about Daylight Savings.
I get the nostalgic willies when I see a corpse of a barn when I drive through the country. These noble old wreckages deserve a poem. Photo credit ID 91213 © Jschaap26 | Dreamstime.com.
Sending February off with a not-so-fond farewell.
On Winter Solstice, I challenged my social media friends to contribute winter words to a collaborative poem. Here are the results.
There’s still time for YOU to submit original images (all mediums), writings (prose & poetry), family-favorite recipes, and song lyrics to the 2020 edition of The Polk Street Review!
Today’s poem is another palindrome. Read it forward or backward. A poem to celebrate the last few lawn-cuttings of the year.