7 Helpful Resources for Poetry Writers

7 Helpful Resources for Poetry Writers

Poetry is beauty, romance, love and emotion. So are the marvellous poets. Here is a list of few helpful resources, for a poetry writer.

Be Bettr, Stay Bettr! 🙂

  1. 10 Poem Writing Tips. Incredible poetry writing tips by Kara Ziehl.
  2. Poetry Daily. A new poem, featured poet and featured journal, everyday.
  3. Rhymer.com. A free rhyming dictionary, for poem writers. Hat/cat, plate/eight, marigold/buttonholed and many more.
  4. 10 More Tips For Writing Poetry. By Marilyn Singer, who has written more than 80 books for young children and adults.
  5. FanStory.com. Online community for poets and writers. With contests, feedbacks and cash prizes.
  6. BookRix. A free self publishing platform to publish your first poetry book.
  7. Everypoet.com. Huge database for your favorite poem & poets. Each and every work can be found here.

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11 thoughts on “7 Helpful Resources for Poetry Writers

  1. I’m sure, Brother Swetank, these are very helpful but i know i will just end up doing my own thing my way, it’s just who i am..that is not to disparage any of the fine suggestions in those works you recommend, i just don’t bother with them
    Thank you once again for sharing
    john

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    • Brother John, I respect your thoughts too, these resources are just to help poets and fine their poems. Some are tips, whereas some are tools. I recommend worth checking each of them. As a writer and learner, I too learn from different things and works. Now its upto you!!

      Be Bettr, Stay Bettr! 🙂

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