Writing as Loud as I Can


Nicole Rushin is a creative writer, a poet, and a lifestyle blogger. She writes about her life in rural Georgia, lessons she has learned in the garden, and about the creative process of writing and marketing in a digital world.



pesbo is Pearl Pirie’s notebook of write ups and photos of readings and of books read, as well as event listings, press releases, conference, festival and workshop write-ups, poetics mullings, and occasionally poem drafts.

Tree: Sol, Johnstone and French-Canadian
by Pearl about 4 years ago
95 Books for 2014, list 5
by Pearl about 4 years ago

Kodjo Deynoo Poetry


I like to see myself as a social commentator. As a poet I take what my surroundings gives me and write it, in a reflective form, to share with the rest of the world. I hope to reach more and more people with my thoughts and poetry so share if you like it.

Road Kill
by Kodjo Deynoo over 2 years ago
The JB Danquah Murder
by Kodjo Deynoo over 2 years ago

The Alchemists Kitchen


The Alchemist's Kitchen: Elements of Poetry, Travel, and the Creative Writing Life fosters community between writers, travelers, and foodies. An appetizer tray of high quality poems from around the world, travel ideas, and useful musings on the writers life is what I'm aiming for. I've long been skeptical of the blog and this is my attempt to make peace with this technology by offering my readers something practical, philosophical, and fun. Focus on contemporary women poets and travelers.

Vermillion - A Poem on Revision
by noreply@blogger.com (Susan Rich) over 2 years ago
Understood. Deadline Extended to Sunday, January 31st
by noreply@blogger.com (Susan Rich) over 2 years ago

Kasman Isolie - Poetry


Old and new words, lyrics and thoughts... These are all unpublished works.

Between clouds and meadows


Between clouds and meadows features poetry and art by Irish writer Hazel Quigley. A recent graduate with a BA in English and psychology, her work is focused on issues of femininity, family, identity and society.

Black Swan (2010)
by noreply@blogger.com (sicilia yuniar) about 3 years ago
Southpaw (2015)
by noreply@blogger.com (sicilia yuniar) about 3 years ago

A Poetry of the Impossible


A stylish and diversified assortment of poems. From mathematical integration to poems-in-progress, this blog definitely warrants a head-tilt perusal.

Done-ish, moving archives to another site
by Jeffrey Babbitt over 4 years ago

Hope Whispers


I have been writing since I was a child, but I became a "mad scientist" with a pen and paper about 13 years ago,therefore this blog was born. Hope you find a glimmer of inspiration here. Thank you for stopping by. Hope is the word which God has written on the brow of every man. ~Victor Hugo

The Fear of Falling
by Carrie Van Horn over 2 years ago
Wisdom Has Callused Feet
by Carrie Van Horn over 2 years ago

David Sermersheim


This is an assortment of work to really appreciate. Minimal display, but strongly featured poetry. A perfect complement to his metrist style.

The Silent Audience
by David Sermersheim almost 3 years ago
The Road
by David Sermersheim about 3 years ago

Memento Mori


My blog contains my artwork and photographs, as well as my poems.

Heartbeat Poecy


heartbeat poecy is personal prayers shared, not private prayers violating public space, because faith is a shared experience. Prayer/poem/prophecies primarily focused on the spiritual dimension of daily daily daily experience.

super-late mega update
by Joanna Hayes over 4 years ago



Fruitfly is my personal blog about poets, poems and ideas that I have an ongoing dialogue with. It contains many of my own poems.

Practical and Lipstick


My site is a personal blog - with day to day accounts, poems, my craft work, my love of nature - and general things that crop up and amuse/interest me. It is a friendly site, written for all ages to enjoy.

Circling the Cuckoo's Nest


I work in a psychiatric hospital. I write to put it all back in the universe.

A Shade of T


This is the one place I pen my thoughts through poetry and creative expressions, and I welcome you to share my writings. Looking forward to your visit!