“Beauty of His Creations, Character of the Spirit.”
Have you read Psalm 12 lately?
A fun infographic to teach the basics of haiku poetry including the history, structure, and content of the popular and compact poetic form.
In my poem, I wanted to contrast the myriad of emotions a human feels with the vastness of the universe that makes these vivid emotions seem insignificant.
Spin, Swirl, Clap! A poem about the Freedom of Dance!
There’s something mysterious and compelling about muses, which drew me to write a poem about the life of a muse.
In my poem, “Forgiveness is a Phoenix,” I use the legendary bird to symbolize the concept of forgiveness.
This poem is written from the perspective of a mutated virus that is in love with its host.
In “The Magic of the Fae,” I write about the longing to reach a magical land and the enchanting journey that it would entail.
A poem about the personification of houses.
A coming of age story about someone who alternates “aesthetics,” hoping that the person they have a crush on will return their feelings.
Gemma says: “I’ve been homeschooled all my life. I love to write poetry and prose.”
The goal of writing this poem is to empower people everywhere to speak out and stop ocean pollution.
In “My Grandmother’s Feet,” I tell the story of a woman who has volunteered, bettered the world and traveled around the globe.
Camille’s “My First Kiss on the Day of the Dead” poem won a Gold Key in the 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Southwest Region-at-Large.
Cloud Army is a descriptive poem illustrated with photographs. Also included are literary terms and a scientific explanation.
This book could have been worthy of the seven awards it has won – but it’s not.
This short film is a video gospel tract for the millennial generation.
It’s the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month, which is dedicated to raising awareness about poetry.
Olyvea and Ethan answer questions on homeschooling, dating, and life.
A poem by Hannah Barber.