With pumpkin already infiltrating your favorite products, why don’t you let it infiltrate your poems, too? This week, write a pumpkin-infused found poem.
This month as we approach the 100th anniversary of the publication of D.H. Lawrence’s “The Rainbow,” we invite you to craft a poem sourced from the text.
Use the Random Text Generator to create a list poem. it’ll be, like, so random.
“Rhymes with” poetry.
Cornell “was fascinated not by refuse, garbage, and the discarded, but by fragments of once beautiful and precious objects, relying on the Surrealist technique of irrational juxtaposition and on the evocation of nostalgia…”
4th of July mise-en-scène
The Supreme Court rules that states cannot ban same-sex marriage. FPR celebrates.
Write a poem by repurposing language found on vintage propaganda posters.
Write a remix poem using shellac, resin, varnish, and lampblack.
Is it a commencement speech, or is it an episode of the TV series The Bachelor? Repurposing graduation speeches, tired metaphors and all.