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Coffee Table Poetry for Tea Drinkers

http://www.coffeetablepoetry.com/

Study poetry by era or get filled in on proper poetry terminology, from the Paeon to the Rondel. Or, if you're in need of an effective love poem, take note that there is a large selection available here.

As I Walked Out One Evening
by noreply@blogger.com (Vic Mahfood) about 3 years ago
This is Just to Say
by noreply@blogger.com (Vic Mahfood) over 3 years ago

The Music In It: Adele Kenny's Poetry Blog

http://adelekenny.blogspot.com/

Adele Kenny has enough accomplishments to make any aspiring writer intensely jealous. With over twenty books and two awards to her name, she is definitely no amateur. Those who are even slightly interested in the craft of poetry will find her blog fascinating. There are tons of unique poetry prompts, and fun activities such as a famous poets crossword puzzle.

Prompt #247 – What If
by noreply@blogger.com (ADELE KENNY) over 1 year ago
Etiquette for Soliciting Poetry Readings by Guest Blogger Joe Weil
by noreply@blogger.com (ADELE KENNY) over 1 year ago

Utopian Fragments

http://utopianfragments.wordpress.com/

Guy is a poet with a snarky writing style and a unique look at his world. Those who are interested in the offbeat may want to take a look around here.

People Like Houses אנשים כמו בתים
by D! over 1 year ago
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by D! over 1 year ago

Bearly Audible

http://bearlyaudible.wordpress.com/

From the about page to the comments, every word flowing from Neil Reid's pen is inspiring and poetic. His number one rule? Write, don't explain. But since his second rule is that there are no rules, his Scribbles section is entitled to ramblings.

seashells
by neil reid over 3 years ago
looking at poem
by neil reid over 3 years ago

Book of Kells

http://ofkells.blogspot.com/

Poets can gather notes about writing and living creatively from Kelli Ogoden, a published author of three poetry books, one of which snagged the White Pine Press Prize. You'll also get lots of practical information and advice on topics such as "The Benefit of Social Media in the Writer's Life."

Pretty Cool-- INDY 500 looking for a Race Day Poet (and Poem)! #submit
by noreply@blogger.com (Kelli Russell Agodon) over 1 year ago
2015 Reading Year in Review... #TuesdayBookBlog #Motivational
by noreply@blogger.com (Kelli Russell Agodon) over 1 year ago

Mike Snyder's Formal Blog

http://mikesnider.org/formalblog/

Mike Snyder, with his long grey beard, looks like he could have been a character in a J. R. Tolkien book. And it is certain that he is serious about poetry. Enjoy poems along with his personal rants and raves.

This makes me absurdly happy …
by Mike over 3 years ago
Maxine Kumin, 6/6/1925—2/6/2014
by Mike over 3 years ago

Musings from Gelli Fach

http://musingsfromgellifach.blogspot.com/

Poetry in specific genres is featured here: mythology, religion, and poems with a Celtic flare, along with the author's personal insights and views. Keep in mind that the blog author warns, "May contain nuts!"

Prayer, the Abbess of Kildare and Turning Back the Streams of War
by noreply@blogger.com (Hilaire) over 1 year ago
Flame-Keeping for Brigit: Sophia and Brigit
by noreply@blogger.com (Hilaire) almost 2 years ago

Princess Haiku

http://princesshaiku.blogspot.com/

Calling itself a "literary collage of poetry," this blog features prose, music, dance, and book reviews, along with stunning photography selections. Learn a higher appreciation for the arts here.

Study of a Sorrowing Angel
by Diane Dehler over 1 year ago
Study of a Tombstone
by Diane Dehler over 1 year ago

Ryan Boyd's Poetry Blog

http://ryanboydpoetry.wordpress.com/

This poet's selections may remind you a little of the way you feel about Edgar Allen Poe's writings. They are ingenious. You admire them. You hate them. You don't quite know what to think of them. And this will keep you coming back.

Real Estate
by Ryan about 2 years ago
The Coin Dish
by Ryan about 2 years ago

Eat. Drink. Better

http://eatdrinkbetter.com/

This blog has a wide range of resources that are all related to food written by many green and organic activists. While environmental issues about food are the blog’s core focus, it also explores different categories including food politics and policy, nutrition, healthy cooking, and organic farming and gardening. All recipes in this blog centre on organic ingredients.

Why Do Onions Make You Cry? How Chemicals Work in Food [Infographic]
by Jill Ettinger about 3 years ago
What if You Woke Up Tomorrow and Cinnabon Was Vegan?
by Jill Ettinger about 3 years ago

Diet Blog

http://www.diet-blog.com/

This blog is all about losing weight through making healthy choices throughout your day. RDs, MDs, and fitness experts blog about exercise, healthy alternatives to high fat/calorie foods, and provide support for your body image.

“The Online Coach” Raymond Queridob Talks IIFYM
by Dan Bolton about 3 years ago
Ryan Schroers of Shredded Fitness Talks Flexible Dieting
by Dan Bolton about 3 years ago

I Ate a Pie

http://www.iateapie.net/

This a really great blog that reviews many products that claim to be healthy. They will review anything! It is unique and unbiased, and gives you the answers that you need as a consumer in order to live a healthy lifestyle.


Diet Hack

http://www.myfitnesspal.com/blog/diethack

A site devoted to keeping you healthy, Diet Hack offers articles on such wide ranging topics as decluttering your home and the health benefits of garlic. It's an all-encompassing site with some true knowledge to share.


Say What You Need To Say

http://www.saywhatyouneedtosayblog.com/

Lauren is a 20-something runner, self described "foodie," and newly-wed who is sharing her secrets to a healthy lifestyle and says it's "ultimately found when one stops trying to be healthy and just lives healthy."

Baby Bump Update: Week 16
by Lauren about 3 years ago
Hershey Pantry Baked Oatmeal Recipe
by Lauren about 3 years ago

Breast Cancer and Fitness

http://breastcancerandfitness.blogspot.com/

Kathy counsels cancer fighters in the art of maintaining fitness while enduring difficult medical treatment here. She also addresses the importance of nutrition in the battle.


Grindbone

http://www.grindbone.blogspot.com

"Grindbone is a collective of three writers - Brent Allard, Kaplowitz, and Mick Parsons. -- who believe that attention to the art and craft of writing is as important as the writing itself. Fiction and poetry, in order to be worth reading, should be honest -- which means that it's sometimes rude, sometimes crude, and occasionally dirty."

From Our Narrowcast Archives 14 2.0
by noreply@blogger.com (Noah S. Kaplowitz) over 3 years ago
Grindbone is E X P A N D I N G
by noreply@blogger.com (Noah S. Kaplowitz) over 3 years ago


Stickpoet Super Hero

http://stickpoetsuperhero.blogspot.com

At Stickpoet Super Hero, poet Michael A. Wells blog routinely on poetics, culture, and occasionally social issues. Wells shares some of his own writing on occasion, updates readers on his publications, introduces others poets whose works he appreciates, reviews poetry books and blogs about the writer's life and challenges.

Confession Tuesday - Getting Organized Edition
by Michael Wells over 1 year ago
Confession Tuesday in Neon
by Michael Wells over 1 year ago


Off the Page

http://www.drewmyron.com/off-the-page/

Blending the mind of a journalist with the heart of a poet, Drew Myron celebrates the power and joy of words in all forms.

B**#!*t Things Writers Say
by Drew Myron over 2 years ago
Thankful Thursday: Assortment
by Drew Myron over 2 years ago


Being Poetry

http://www.beingpoetry.net

Look at life through the window of poetry when you follow this blog, a reflection of the way poetry can affect the way you are living. You can also enjoy book reviews and other content of interest to poetry lovers.