Wondering how to get more poetry in your life?

National Poetry Month Display @ Forest Hills

National Poetry Month Display @ Forest Hills (Photo credit: mySAPL)

Try these tips from Melissa Wiley at Geek Mom. 5 websites and books to explore and read over the course of a year until National Poetry Month rolls around again in April. (Which I totally missed celebrating here on this blog) Most of the tips are geared to families with children, but are still great suggestions even if you don’t have kids.

And one more tip I have used: Pick a favorite poem and find a book of poems by the author. Read one poem a day until you finish the book.

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  1. Patent Attorney

     /  May 31, 2012

    A good tip. I think poetry can really enrich your life and is potentially more accessible to lots of people than say, novels – and might be great introduction to reading for people who’d like to start but don’t know where to begin.

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