- Favorite Poem Project
The Favorite Poem Project A partnership among The Poetry Foundation, Boston University, the Library of Congress, and other organizations, with original funding from the National Endowment for the Arts
- Favorite Poem Project
About the Favorite Poem Project The Favorite Poem Project is dedicated to celebrating, documenting and encouraging poetry’s role in our lives
- Americans Favorite Poems: Favorite Poem Project (U. S . . .
Americans' Favorite Poems [Favorite Poem Project (U S ), Maggie Dietz, Robert Pinsky] on Amazon com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers This anthology embodies Robert Pinsky's commitment to discover America's beloved poems, his special undertaking as Poet Laureate of the United States The selections in this anthology were chosen form the personal letters of thousands of Americans who
- Poems to Read: A New Favorite Poem Project Anthology . . .
Poems to Read: A New Favorite Poem Project Anthology [Maggie Dietz, Robert Pinsky] on Amazon com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers A unique anthology by the editors of the bestseller Americans' Favorite Poems Poems to Read is a welcoming avenue into poetry for readers new to poetry
- Poetry Daily, a new poem every day
Poetry Daily, the online web anthology and bookstore A new poem every day, along with poetry news, archives, and more
- Im So Smart! poetry project - dltk-teach. com
DLTK's Educational Activities I'm So Smart! poetry Craft by Leanne Guenther Kaitlyn (my youngest daughter) did this project when she was 5 (almost 6) and was very proud of her first poem -- it's definitely something I'll be keeping in the treasure box
- If— by Rudyard Kipling - Poems | Academy of American Poets
In a 1995 BBC opinion poll, "If—" was voted the United Kingdom's favorite poem During his lifetime, even Kipling started to resent the poem's popularity, saying it had been "anthologised to weariness "
- poem in your pocket day | Academy of American Poets
Each year on national Poem in Your Pocket Day, the town of Charlottesville, Virginia, unites in a day-long celebration of poetry The project is spearheaded by Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, whose staff recruit members of the community—students, senior citizens, local business owners, neighbors, and friends—to distribute poem scrolls throughout Charlottesville