Are you looking for new poetry types to try out? Everyone knows the most common types of poetry like haiku, sonnet, ballad, and free verse. But what about the others? In this article, you’ll discover a comprehensive list of different… Continue Reading →
Time by Gary R. Hess You are arrogant; a self-loving, egotistical maniac who cares
“A Different Little Red Riding Hood” by Gary R. Hess The Little Red Riding Hood skipped and hopped with her baked goods. While at her grandmother’s house, she found a wolf in her blouse!
I have mentioned Clerihew a few times on this blog and I even made an entire theme of Bright Dreams Journal of the genre, but what exactly is it and what does it accomplish? Why Write a Clerihew? First and… Continue Reading →
On a tree, in summer, lands a bluejay.
Governor Sam Brownback musn’t have wanted the state to have greenbacks
Are you looking for some new poetry forms to try? In this article, we will take a look at some uncommon and obscure poetry forms that you should take for a spin. I’ve been writing poetry for over fifteen years… Continue Reading →