Goodbye, old friend.
Goodbye, old friend.
A series of limericks for our literary buddies.
Seriously, I have nothing more to say – just watch.
Poet Randall Mann on writing slowly, being violent with traditional form, and never abandoning his voyeurism.
“I love you so much I want to bury my fist into your chest.”
Unputdownable books that speak to Chicano politics, identity, and culture.
How can love be real if our hearts are trees? #swag
Move over, Shakespeare. These people are true wordsmiths.
“Hear my call, recognize me, I have always been here.”
A strange new addition to the Duck Dynasty saga. #TigerBlood
Plus every stunning look from Beyoncé’s 14 new music videos, the year in volcanic activity, and 13 signs you’ve become “that annoying couple.”
4th-graders and the haiku masters appear to share an affinity for trees and bugs. How well do you know your haiku?
If it’s going to be smart, it should probably study some literature.
The 18-year-old’s book of poems is creating biggest religious controversy in Denmark since the publication of a cartoon featuring Prophet Muhammad, the Wall Street Journal reported.
In case you needed more evidence that this is the most profound children’s cartoon ever.
It’s a new effort via the Mayor’s Office dubbed “Poetiquette.” Somewhere, Lord Tennyson is smirking. (via thedrum.com)
“We met at AWP. Can I email you my short stories?”
The Nobel Prize-winning Irish poet died Friday.
“I hope you enjoy this brief tribute to the ways that Black men see themselves and each other.”
Wallace Stevens’ classic poem as a list. SORRY.
“If my vagina was a gun, its rights would all be protected, no matter the body count or the children affected…”
His tweets are like acupuncture for the mind.
The Tumblr, Rap Poems, brings you the most ridiculous rap lyrics on beautiful scenic backgrounds and glow photo-filters—its truly poetic. NSFW language.
Remember that phase when you wrote awful, sentimental poetry? Some celebs never grew out of it.
Stumped about how to wear those wearethecatfish originals? We’ve got you covered.
Before he was a “god,” he was an up-and-coming rapper with poetry in his heart. We’ve come a long way.
What beauty, these wondrous whiskers. What grace.
Michael Klein, author of the new poetry collection The Talking Day, spoke with BuzzFeed about his career, his thoughts on dating, hooking up, and commitment, and what he is still learning from Adrienne Rich.
A poem dedicated to the thin line between shower scum and humanity.