100 Great Web Sites for Poetry Lovers We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. Reading Poetry: Classic From the sonnets of Shakespeare to the passion of Poe, find your favorite poem at the links below. Poetry Lovers’ Page: The go-to site for all things poetry.Everypoet: Search this huge database for your favorite poem; if you don’t find it here, you might not find it anywhere.Bartleby: With thousands of poems by hundreds of authors, Bartleby.com offers one of the largest free collections of verse, poems and poetry anthologies on the web.Norton Poets Online: Features essays on poetry writing, reading group guides, bibliographies and profiles of Norton published poets, and more.Poem Hunter: A poetry search engine for thousands of poems and poets.Exploring Poetry: This site will bring you back to the basics of reading and appreciating poetry.Old Poetry: Appreciate the poetic greats! Reading Poetry: Contemporary
Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More COMPLETE COLLECTION OF POEMS BY RUDYARD KIPLING Kipling gained renown throughout the world as a poet and storyteller. He was also known as a leading supporter of the British Empire. As apparent from his stories and poems, Kipling interested himself in the romance and adventure which he found in Great Britain's colonial expansion. Kipling was born on Dec.30, 1865, in Bombay, where his father directed an art school. In 1889, Kipling return to England. Kipling composed many of his poems while living for several years in the United States in the mid-1890s. In 1896, Kipling returned to England from the United States. In 1900, Kipling went to South Africa to report the Boer War for an English newspaper. Before World War I, Kipling became active in politics. he widely lectured and wrote for the British cause both before and during the war.
5 Poetry Websites You Can Go To Catch The Best Of Verse As kids we somehow can rhyme words, and we see the beauty around us with innocent eyes. Those are the perfect ingredients to make poets out of us. Alas, puberty and adulthood come surging to spoil the party. The chaos and confusion of post teenage years is hardly the platform to build beautiful verse on. As with all things, the internet is a fount for budding poets and those who are genuinely enthusiastic about the most beautiful form of literature. Let’s browse around and find the five best poetry websites to catch the best of verse. Poets.org The web face of the Academy of American Poets is the place to head to if you are interested in contemporary poetry. Poetry Foundation The Poetry Foundation publishes the Poetry magazine. Learning resources like the Glossary of Poetic Terms and the Learning Lab are extremely well-compiled. Also check out: Poetry Society of America Poetry Daily The goal of this simple site is to make it easier for us to read and enjoy contemporary poetry. Poetry.com
LEARN NC: Search results All hail to thee, thou good old state In Antebellum North Carolina, page 6.8 A poem by Mary Bayard Devereux Clarke, North Carolina writer and editor, written in 1854. Includes historical commentary. Format: poetry/primary source Commentary and sidebar notes by L. Antebellum North Carolina Primary sources and readings explore North Carolina in the antebellum period (1830–1860). Format: book (multiple pages) Death of an Old Carriage Horse In Antebellum North Carolina, page 6.11 In North Carolina History: A Sampler, page 9.4 Poem by George Moses Horton. By George Moses Horton. George Moses Horton In Antebellum North Carolina, page 6.10 The historic poet laureate of Chatham County, North Carolina, George Moses Horton, was the only person to publish a book while living in slavery. Format: article North Carolina History: A Sampler A sample of the more than 800 pages of our digital textbook for North Carolina history, including background readings, various kinds of primary sources, and multimedia. LibriVox
.: poems and poets :. .: classic poetry, world's largest critical poetry forums, poetry links from everypoet.com :. Lowell Poetry Network Creating Poetry on your iPad Poetry is one of the arts that many students struggle with. I always found that providing a initial successful learning experience was the best way to instil both confidence and foster engagement with my students. Here are a bunch of apps that would allow a student to get their teeth into writing some poetry and for those that struggle an opportunity to see just what they are capable of. Word Mover: FREE Word Mover mobile is used to supplement classroom instruction, reinforce concepts taught in class, and offer increased student engagement. Word Mover allows children and teens to create "found poetry" by choosing from word banks and existing famous works; create a piece of poetry by manipulating the text. Visual Poet: FREE Visual Poet is an application for creating visual poetry. Poetry Creator: FREE Set your creativity ablaze with Verses's word mixing possibilities.