For today's teatime story, we're delighted to share a poem about a family's Poetry Teatime experience! Get ready to settle in and enjoy the atmosphere.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be your cat, dog, rabbit, or lizard for a day? It's time to put your imagination to the test with a perspective-shifting poetry prompt!
Whether you're trying to use up the last of your apples or you have pumpkins stacked in every corner of your house, get some inspiration for an autumnal teatime with this collection of snacks and recipes.
The end of autumn and the beginning of winter is the perfect time to light some candles, sip pumpkin juice, and re-enter the magical world of Harry Potter. So put on your Hogwarts colors, because today, we’ll be celebrating the poetry and fantasy of Harry Potter!
It's the time of year for apple-picking, corn mazes, and, of course, pumpkin carving! Why not put a poetic twist on your pumpkins this year?
There is something powerful about ruins. They make us think about the greatness of the past and the passage of time. They remind us of history and the future. It's no wonder that ruins have been a source of poetic inspiration for a very long time.
If you’ve never heard of Christina Rossetti, then you’re in for a treat! One of the Victorian Era’s most famous poets, Rossetti wrote beautiful otherworldly poems about love and loss as well as famous carols and Christmas poems like “In the Bleak Midwinter.”
Have you ever gone apple-picking? Have you smelled the crisp fall air and bit into a red apple right from the tree? Tugged on each apple carefully to see which one is ripe enough to let go of its branch? Whether you've never picked an apple or have a dozen apple trees in your yard, it's time to write some apple-picking poetry!