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    Rachel Rogers
    @scribbles

    Basically what the title says… Where do you go to read new poetry (excepting SE because that’s obvious, okay)? Is there a website you go to? Do you follow poets on Instagram? Do you subscribe to poets.org’s Poem-a-Day? Do you check out books of poetry from the library? Do follow any poetry blogs? Etc….

    Tagging a few people who might have some ideas:


    @cindy
    @raemarie @sir-leeds @mariposa @daeus-lamb @christieaton

    Ambiverted INFP. Scribbles all the words. Names the plant friends. Secretly Edna the Piguirrel.

    #42195
    Sir Leeds
    @sir-leeds

    Hey @scribbles I usually start with an anthology of some kind and read until I find what I like. Then I research the authors of my favorites and find their work. My favorites lately have been U. S. Poet Laureates, so it’s been easy to find book collections of their work.

    "We are far too easily pleased." - C. S. Lewis

    #42218
    RaeMarie
    @raemarie

    Well, @scribbles. ย I donโ€™t know. I usually find poetry on social media and read it. Old books in the abandoned part of the library, other than that, I donโ€™t really read much poetry. :/ I wish I did though! I just never can find the time!

    INFP-T. Christ follower, music lover, a dreamer of Middle Earth..........

    #42253
    Mariposa Aristeo
    @mariposa

    @scribbles Other than a certain awesome poet I follow on Instagram called Hazel Stenographer ๐Ÿ˜‰, and Story Embers, I really donโ€™t read poetry anywhere else. ๐Ÿ˜…

    I think dinosaurs are cooler than dragons. ๐Ÿฆ–

    #42270
    Rachel Rogers
    @scribbles

    @sir-leeds Oh, yes. I love anthologies. There’s a whole shelf dedicated to them on my bookshelf. ๐Ÿ™‚


    @raemarie
    Finding time is *such* a struggle. I have the Complete Poems of Robert Frost on my bookshelf, and I just never seem to get around to reading it through. ๐Ÿ˜› The abandoned part of your library sounds cool. We used to live near a country library with a book sale room that always had a box or two of especially old books that were marked “FREE.” I may or may not have raided that box quite a lot. xD


    @mariposa
    Yeah, I just wish Hazel Stenographer would get her act together and post stuff more often. xP

    Ambiverted INFP. Scribbles all the words. Names the plant friends. Secretly Edna the Piguirrel.

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