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Not Quite
Why Rachel Wetzsteon is her generation’s best love poet.
By Adam Kirsch

Articles for Teachers & Students
Back to School with Poetry
Poetry lessons and resources for teachers.
By The Editors

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Learning the Epistolary Poem
Poems that serve as letters to the world
By Hannah Brooks-Motl

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Writing from the Senses
Disarming gifted and perfectionist students with sound and synesthesia
By Michelle Y. Burke

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Learning the Sonnet
A history and how-to guide to the famous form
By Rachel Richardson

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Adventures in Anaphora
Students write more creatively when they repeat themselves.
By Rebecca Hazelton

Essay
Bird Chronicles
How the Persian epic Shahnameh and Robert Penn Warren’s Audubon: A Vision came to inspire a novel.
By Porochista Khakpour

Essay
Summer Reads
Seven of our favorite features from poetryfoundation.org
By The Editors

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Serious Play: Odes to the Everyday
What first-graders can teach college students.
By Matthew Burgess

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The Pursuit of Form
Learning to make effective shapes and arrangements of energy, rather than particular required patterns.
By Robert Pinsky

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