Do you dream of being the next Indiana Jones? Want to explore ruins in the desert or excavate Roman artifacts across Europe? Then buckle up and get your jeep ready, because today’s Poetry Teatime is all about archaeology!
Today's poetry prompt involves looking at the world in a whole new way. Of course, that's what poets do every day, but today we're going to take that a few steps farther. So get ready to look at the world...upside down!
At a time when poetry in Europe was in its earliest stages, the Middle East already had a robust tradition of poetry. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the breadth of Middle Eastern poetry, from the ghazal to the qasida, in areas from modern-day Iran through Ancient Egypt. So let’s dive in!
So far, our poetry prompts have focused on inspiration for one poem or one new idea. But what if you wanted to write a collection of poems instead? How would you get started? Today's prompt will help you develop a group of ideas you can turn into poetry.
Have you ever wanted to try a themed teatime, but you aren't sure which one would be a good fit for your family? This master list includes all of our themed Poetry Teatimes, perfect for the whole year! From Winnie-the-Pooh to pirates, there's a teatime to please everyone. So let's dive in!
Summer is beginning in the Northern Hemisphere, and it’s getting a little warm outside for a hot cup of tea. So let’s take a look at all sorts of chilly and delicious drinks perfect for your teatime!
Today's poetry prompt pushes the boundaries of "rules" for poetry. It's a mix of the traditional sonnet and the brand new innovation of found poetry. It's a type of poem developed in Singapore in 2017! So let's dig in to the found//fount sonnet.
We love hearing your stories of the ways that poetry brings families together. However, it can be just as special to use poetry to say goodbye. Today's teatime story features a group of families who threw a Poetry Teatime goodbye party!