Here at Poetry Teatime, we love to offer lots of poetry writing resources and tips. But what about when your inspiration disappears and you just don't know what to write? In today's post, we'll be offering 10 ideas to help jump-start your imagination any time you'd like to write a poem.
On March 17th, people around the world celebrate Irish culture and heritage on St. Patrick's Day. Whether you've already got your house decked out in green or you'd just like to read a few Irish poems in celebration, today's themed teatime will give you lots of ideas. So let's dig in!
For today’s poetry prompt, we’ll be going on a walk either around the house or around the neighborhood to look for some tiny inspiration. Get ready to get up close to the world and see things in a whole new light!
This year, February 5th marks the first day of the Lunar New Year, also called Chinese New Year, celebrated with days and weeks of festivity around the globe! We'll join in the fun today by recommending some great poetry collections and ways to celebrate in your own home.
Are you curious about trying a Poetry Teatime with your family but don’t have the spare time in your jam-packed schedule? Do you feel exhausted even thinking about planning elaborate and Pinterest-worthy feast? Would you like to get back to enjoying the basics of poetry with your family? Then today’s post is for you.
Prop up your fuzzy hobbit feet by the fire, grab a mug of piping hot tea and a plate of Bilbo's fresh-baked seed cakes, and settle in for a riddle and game-filled teatime. Today's teatime celebrates the wonderful talents of Tolkien and the playful world of The Hobbit!
It's the holiday season! Whether you've received lots of poetry-related gifts this year or not, now is the perfect time to think about bringing more poetry into your home and the homes of people you love. We’ve got lots of ideas for poetry-related gifts that you can make, buy, sample, and read in the new year.
As the holiday season hits full swing, you may be busy running around the house preparing for relatives to arrive, wrapping last-minute gifts, and trying to catch your breath in the busyness of life. Reading and writing poetry can give you a chance to slow down, breathe, and appreciate what you love most about the season. So let's think about poetry!