National Poetry Month 2017 Review

Thank you to everyone who followed Enceladus Literary’s April 2017’s Celebration of Poetry. I had a lot of fun picking various authors, revisiting or discovering new authors and works, and sharing five original works by poet Mark Low.

If you missed any of the social media posts (Twitter – @peteplanisek  or on Facebook), you can catch up by visiting the links below. I’m already looking forward to next year’s National Poetry Month and would love to share the works of other new poets.

Next month this blog will feature several travel writing posts so be sure to check these out as well by following the Enceladus Literary blog here or on Goodreads

More to Come …

What Makes a Poem … a Poem? TedEd – Melissa Kovacs

“Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this too, was a gift.” 
― Mary Oliver

“The Good and Evil of the World” by Rebecca Hazelton

“The Robed Heart” by Elizabeth Spires

“I dwell in Possibility” by Emily Dickinson

“Poetry” by Nikki Giovanni

“Meditation XVII” by John Donne

“We Are Many” by Pablo Neruda

“Tonight’s Anatomy” by Jessica Johnson

“The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

“Poverty” by Heidy Steidlmayer

“The Stolen Child” by W.B. Yeats / Music by Loreena McKennitt

“(“if(touched by love’s own secret)…”)” by E.E. Cummings

“A Child’s Garden of Verses: Selected Poems” by Robert Louis Stevenson

“A Memory of June” by Claude Mckay

“The Enchantment” by Sharon Olds

“The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred Lord Tenneyson / Music by Loreena McKennitt

“Oh Me! Oh Life” by Walt Whitman / The Simpsons clip

“Ah, Why, Because the Dazzling Sun” by Emily Brönte

“The Earth Falls Down” by Anne Sexton

“Yesterday and Today” by Langston Hughes

“The Highwayman” by Alfred Noyes / Music by Loreena McKennitt

“Touched by An Angel” by Maya Angelou

“She Walks in Beauty” by Lord Byron

“Winter Driving” by Mark Low

“Gathering” by Mark Low

“Wind” by Mark Low

“Winter Beach” by Mark Low

“History in Yellow” by Mark Low

Free Short Stories and Poetry from Enceladus Literary