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The Top 100 Poetry Blogs, Websites And Best Poetry Bloggers For Inspiration in 2020 – Faves Of Mine & Suggestions From Friends & Wonderful Readers

I have a confession. I’ve always loved poetry, and writing it, but… I’m no poet. I require “inspiration” to write poetry. It doesn’t come often. Unfortunately.

To help me find inspiration, and find people who write poetry well… I created this list.

I’ve collected my favorites, suggestions from friends and others, but I’d like your help! Do you read poetry? If so comment, we have a lot to talk about 😀

If you know some great poetry blogs that deserve some love, or some favorites I and others should know about, hit that comment button! I need to see these talented poets. Or get in touch with me here.

I’ve divided it up into Poetry Sites, Poetry Blogs & Poetry Bloggers to make it easier to find what you’re looking for.

Enjoy. Fingers crossed you’ll find some poetry that resonates with you.

Poetry Foundation

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About: The Poetry Foundation is a literary non-profit. They run the oldest English language verse magazine in the world, Poetry Magzine. They work to showcase and raise awareness for the best poetry and poets.

Poetry Foundation

What We Love: This is by far the largest and oldest prose organization, and with it comes decades of experience. Their site is full to the brim of incredibly written pieces. Dig around to see what you can find.

Find Poetry Foundation On Facebook | Twitter | Instagram


Write Out Loud

About: Write Out Loud has been going since 2005, and they aren’t only a website. They’re a community of people brought together by their love of the written word.

They work to bring poetry lovers together and foster an appreciation for it on the broader public.

Write Out Loud

What We Love: A unique feature of theirs is what they call a gig guide. One of the most comprehensive databases of poetry events in the USA and worldwide. A handy resource!

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The Poetry Project

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About: Beginning with something as simple as weekly poetry meetings in New York in the ’60s, it would be hard for the founders to imagine what it had become today.

From just a few friends meeting to an online newsletter and international influence on poetry.

The Poetry Project

What We Love: The Poetry Project has an extensive list of programs and events they run, well worth looking into if you live in the US. Even if you don’t, a subscription to their literary magazine, The Recluse, is a must.

Find The Poetry Project On Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube


Incorporations Poetry by Deborah Kennedy

Deborah Kennedy from Incorporations Poetry

About: Incorporations Poetry began when the blogger, Deborah Kennedy, resigned when she resigned from her work in the finance industry. She did this to focus on her true passion finally, art.

Incorporations Poetry

What We Love: Deborah is passionate about arts and all forms of it, with a particular interest in the written word. She’s founded several community art spaces.

Deborah works to expose talented poets and artists to the world.


Frontier Poetry by Josh Roark

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About: This organization started with a simple mission. To give voices to emerging, talented and underrated poets. That is exactly what they do, encouraging people to aim higher and discover their incredible talent.

Frontier Poetry

What We Love: A site with a wonderful design to match their excellent ethos. It keeps the focus on the star of the show, the written works. They have a yearly poetry contest, along with a magazine you can submit your poems too.

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The Best American Poetry by David Lehman

David Lehman from The Best American Poetry

About: All in a name. Accurately as it says, they showcase the best American poetry from the here and now. But they’re more than that.

The Best American Poetry

What We Love: Along with showcasing submissions, they handpick and write essays and other exciting content. There are all sorts of things, on a wide variety of topics.

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Magma Poetry

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About: Magma Poetry is a monthly magazine based in the UK. Each issue has a particular theme. There’s a mix of handpicked and submitted poems reflecting that.

Magma Poetry

What We Love: They strive to showcase some of the best contemporary poetry, and wow, do they succeed! The poetry is always beautiful, full of emotion and depth. It’s available in both print and digital format.

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Free Minds Book Club by Tara Libert

Tara Libert fro  Free Minds Book Club

About: Free Minds might seem like another ordinary book club and writing organization. But look deeper. They work with young inmates all across the US. Inspiring them and helping them discover their creative talent.

Free Minds Book Club

What We Love: With such a noble and worthy quest, it’s hard not to admire the dedicated people behind this. On their poetry blog, they publish works by the inmates. There’s some raw talent in those poems.

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Savage Love Poetry

About: Savage Love Poetry. A perfect name for a blog that focuses on the almost equal human powers of creation and destruction. Emotional, physical, societal. We’re all flawed, and the theme of the poetry is precisely that.

Savage Love Poetry

What We Love: Run by two anonymous contributors, all their poems are their own. There’s a raw, lyrical, bittersweet feel to all the works on there. Beautiful, stirring stuff.


Poems and Poetry by Guy Farmer

Guy Farmer from Poems and Poetry

About: Right from the start, it should be evident as what this blog is about. Showcasing some of the best poetry, of course! Run by poet Guy Farmer, the theme of the prose selected is on the human condition.

Poems and Poetry

What We Love: Though no longer accepting submissions, still very worth a read. For even more content, go to the sites of the featured poets or Guy Farmer’s website. https://www.unconventionalbeing.com/

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Poets and Writers

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About: A non-profit dedicated to serving those in the writing and poetry community, they’ve been around since 1970. They run several programs to achieve this, including a magazine and much more.

Poets and Writers

What We Love: They run so many great initiatives for literary people it’s hard to know where to start! They have a great magazine, a podcast, and run several distinguished prizes. Oh, and great for reading some incredible work, too.

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How a Poem Happens by Brian Brodeur

Brian Brodeur from How a Poem Happens

About: Brian Brodeur is a poet and reviewer. But his blog is by no means a blog where he drops new poetry once in a while. He sits down with talented writers, to interview them, and talk all things poetry.

How a Poem Happens

What We Love: It’s a fascinating angle to take with a poetry blog, and it’s very well done! He asks articulate and thoughtful questions and provides insight on how poetry is created.

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At Grain By Oshane Levy

About: Oshane Levy is Jamaican born but now lives in the US. In a sense, he lives between cultures, giving him a unique perspective. He puts this into his poetry, which blurs the line between dreams and reality.

At Grain

What We Love: Talking in the themes of love, loss and wild fantasies, Oshane never shies away from the hard subjects. His poetry reminds me of lucid dreaming, it feels so real you can almost see it, but it’s not there.


Poets United

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About: Poets United is a place for poets with blogs to unite. To share their blogs and content, interact with others, and be united by a love of poetry.

Poets United

What We Love: There is so much fantastic content on that site, it’s incredible! The community is vibrant and full of exciting and talented people. Very well worth a read.

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South Broadway Ghost Society by Brice Maiurro

Brice Maiurro from South Broadway Ghost Society

About: South Broadway Ghost Society isn’t a paranormal activity club, but rather a poetry society and literary journal. They seek to bring the best poets in the New York area to light.

South Broadway Ghost Society

What We Love: The poems are very emotive, often dark and incredibly deep. A multitude of people contribute poems. They have a list of poetry outlets looking for submissions from poets. A great resource!

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The War is Over by Samuel Pye

Samuel Pye from The War is Over

About: The War Is Over is a site by the author and poet Samuel Pye, and it’s unique among these blogs. It’s a series of poetry telling a story about a future world in the year 2086.

Enormous technological leaps have been made in this future fictional world, and his poems tell the story of this place.

The War Is Over

What We Love: Lyrical rhyming and the use of very descriptive language define his poems. Even in such few words in his short works, he paints a vivid and colorful picture of the world he’s created.

Almost a reflection of our earth and what could happen.

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PoemShape by Patrick Gillespie

Patrick Gillespie from PoemShape

About: Focusing on Haiku and fables, Patrick Gillespie is a carpenter by trade, but a poet and avid sports fan. His poems are often accompanied by the imagery of block prints, which his wife makes.

He’s self-published a book of his poetry, called Opening Book.

What We Love: The combination of his wife’s art fits in very well with his poetry and adds to the atmosphere. He also writes criticism and analysis of poetry and other written fiction, with an interesting and analytical tone.


Alcoholic Poet

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About: Alcoholic Poet tackles the serious and lighthearted subjects we can all appreciate as part of the human condition.

They use mysterious metaphors and allude to themes with different ways of describing it, while you still get the underlying feel.

Alcoholic Poet

What We Love: Free verse and an almost sporadic type of writing, the sentences are in short bursts, though they pack a powerful punch. Very descriptive and invoking powerful imagery; this is a poet of real skill.

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Barbara Jane Reyes by Barbara Jane Reyes

Barbara Jane Reyes from Barbara Jane Reyes

About: Barbara Jane Reyes is an author and poet of many literary works, from lengthy novels to short story collections. Of course, poetry books as well.

Originally from the Philippines, she writes drawing inspiration from her unique life experience. Barbara is a Professor at San Francisco University of the Philippines Studies program.

Barbara Jane Reyes

What We Love: Her poems, like her writing, are lyrical, descriptive, and insightful. She also publishes book reviews and talks about different forms of prose, and how they inspire her. Very interesting.

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Blogalicious by Diane Lockward

Diane Lockward from Blogalicious

About: Diane Lockwood has been in the publishing sector for years and has been writing poetry for a long time. She’s published several poetry books and has participated in many anthologies.

Diane is the editor of several poetry magazines and websites and owns a publishing house.

Blogalicious

What We Love: She writes essays and excellent, insightful prose, very well worth a read.

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Meghas Word by Megha Rani

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Meghas World

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Smoke Words Every Day by Rahul Gaur

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Smoke Words Every Day

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Meta Phore Play by Michael Dickel

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Meta Phore Play

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Confessions Of A Laundry Goddess by Susie Clevenger

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Confessions Of A Laundry Goddess

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Nichole Nichole Deals With Reality by Nichole

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Nichole Nichole Deals With Reality

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A few words by Chloe LeBoeuf

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A few words

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Invictum Poetry by McCullough

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Invictum Poetry

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The Poetic Quill by Dillon O Gara

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The Poetic Quill

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Dating A Poet by Caroline Wright

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Dating A Poet

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Worldly Winds by Alexandra Carr-Malcolm

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Worldly Winds

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Life In Technicolor by Madhavi

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Life In Technicolor

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Provoke Emotion by David Lucy

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Provoke Emotion

theClosureSessions by Orion Thomas

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AG Leyden by Andrew G Leyden

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Joy Leftows Poetry Blog by Joy Leftow

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Joy Leftows Poetry Blog

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Vihang A Naik by Vihang A Naik

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Another Porch by Janet Martin

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Another Porch

Alfans Poetry Corner by Alfani Ndayishimiye

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Alfans Poetry Corner

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HG Poetics by Henry Gould

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HG Poetics

Poetry and Miscellaneous Yap by Michael O Dea

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Poetry and Miscellaneous Yap

Eat This Poem by Nicole Gulotta

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Eat This Poem

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Goose Poetry by Martin Agorh

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Goose Poetry

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Motivation Effect by Winfred Mathenge

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Motivation Effect

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GidiGirl by Misan Bel

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Language Like Medicine by Ann Kestner

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Language Like Medicine

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Earnestly Yours, Kim by Kim

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Inkked Solace

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Wild About Poetry by Mary Robinson

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Wild About Poetry

The Poetry Shed by Abegail Morley

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Seth Abramson by Seth Abramson

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Something Katy by Katy Acheson

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Knocking From Inside by Tiel Aisha Ansari

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Knocking From Inside

The Friday Influence by José Angel Araguz

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Archetype by Michelle Rene Arch

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Bartholomew Barker, Poet by Bartholomew Barker

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The Pangrammaticon by Thomas Basbøll

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Winding Sheets by Mary Bast

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Chicks Dig Poetry by Sandra Beasley

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B Fhiu An Braon Fola by Michael Begnal

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belz by Aaron Belz

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Ebbortz by E. B. Bortz

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Fleda Brown by Fleda Brown

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Anomalocrinus Incurvus by Eric Burke

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Jeremy Cantor by Jeremy Cantor

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Sherry Chandler Poet by Sherry Chandler

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Melba Christie at Poemattic by Melba Christie

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Tom Clark by Tom Clark

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Anachronizms by Del Ray Cross

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Cynthia Cruz by Cynthia Cruz

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John Davis Jr by John Davis Jr

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Tara Deal by Tara Deal

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Oliver de la Paz by Oliver de la Paz

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Possum

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To the Russian Poets by Mary Angela Douglas

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Old News by Ryan Eckes

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THE MAN WAS RIGHT… it IS too late to stop now… by Cynthia Schwartzberg Edlow

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Cowboy Zen by Dan Erickson

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giganticjet by Christopher M. Evans

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Annie Finch by Annie Finch

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Ursprache

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The Other Adam Ford by Adam Ford

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Last Bender by Jon Frankel

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White Words by Naoko Fujimoto

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Breathing Silver Linings by Catherine Gallagher

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Very Most Good by Jamie Perez

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Bugolgi Apparatus by Bob Gaulke

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Poetrymind by Jacqueline Gens

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As in guillotine by Guy LeCharles Gonzalez

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Axis of Abraxas A Poetry Blog by Jessica Goodfellow

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Erica Goss by Erica Goss

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Rhiannon Hall by Rhiannon Hall

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Average Poet by Robert Cameron Hazelton

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Being Poetry by Erin Coughlin Hollowell

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seventeenfingeredpoetrybird by David Dodd Lee

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Poetry for the Great Turning by Karina Lutz

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McCarra by MaryAnn McCarra

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MoonSpit by Sheila McMullin

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Poet Mom by January Gill O Neil

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16 thoughts on “The Top 100 Poetry Blogs, Websites And Best Poetry Bloggers For Inspiration in 2020 – Faves Of Mine & Suggestions From Friends & Wonderful Readers”

    • Hi Shay!

      Thanks for checking out the post! Exactly, her poems are incredible. They have a flowing, lyrical feel, almost like song lyrics. What do you like about her writing? I noticed you left your poetry site, I had a look. Your poems are great! Your post on Lady H. M. Ainsley-Billington was interesting! I’d never heard of her before, she seems an incredibly talented woman!

      Warmly, Ajay

      Reply
    • Hi there Mike,

      Thanks for taking the time to read the post! I do appreciate it. Of course, it’s a pleasure. Your poems are incredible!
      Warmly, Ajay

      Reply
    • Hi Anna,

      Thank you! Appreciate the feedback. Cool, awesome thank you! I’ve checked his poetry out and indeed it is.
      Thanks, Ajay.

      Reply
  1. Nice list, thanks for sharing. Have you considered eat this poem? The combination of poetry and food on her blog is great.

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    • Hey Sam!
      Thanks, and it’s a pleasure. Oh, I hadn’t heard of that one. Wow I had a look and indeed it is! Such an interesting fusion and it looks great.
      Added. 😀

      Reply
    • Hello Josh! I’d never heard of it until now, thank you for telling me! A subscription to their magazine seems very worthwhile.

      Reply
    • Hi Margaret,

      I appreciate you checking out the post, and thank you for your kind words! I agree with your favourites, they do! Thanks for leaving your website, you have incredible lyrical quality to your poetry. Full of deep meaning!

      Warmly, Ajay

      Reply
    • Hi Andrew,

      It’s a pleasure! Your long-form poetry is very interesting to read, a lot of effort and thought must go into it. I enjoy it very much. Would you have any recommendations for me to add? Would appreciate hearing any of your favourites.

      Warmly, Ajay

      Reply

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