Different Kinds of Poetry

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KINDS OF POEMS

We’ve started a page on the Read Tuesday website to help spread awareness of different forms of poetry, such as the haiku, iambic pentameter, or the villanelle.

Check out the page here: https://readtuesday.com/poems/.

And please help us add to it:

  • Check out the poetry page.
  • Find a form of poetry or a poetry term that’s missing.
  • If you have a poem that illustrates the form or term, let us know.
  • Find the Contact Us button at the top of the Read Tuesday website.

Thank you to everyone who has already volunteered as well as future volunteers.

Hopefully, we can help bring a little exposure to your poetry while also helping others learn about different forms of poetry.

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MORE COMING SOON

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