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Introducing Whispers of the Soul | Poetry Blog Series

I am so excited to announce that I’m starting a second series on Paper Hearts!

Titled, ‘Whispers of the Soul‘, this is a month long series which will begin on September 2 and end on September 30. I’ll post one of my favourite poems every Wednesday along with a short interpretation and review.

The best part is that you get to participate too!! Comment down one of your favourite poems and I’d love to write a short review. You’ll also receive a shout-out in the respective post and at the end of the month! I’ll post your suggested poems every Monday and Saturday (depending on the number of poems I receive). Please note that, the poems should not be too long as I’ll be including it in the post and romantic poems will not be considered.

For the final surprise, on Sep 21, Sep 24 and Sep 28, I’ll be publishing a poem one of you wrote! (Closed as I received four poems. Thank you so very much for your constant support!)Something similar to guest posting. Please note you’ll have to provide a short description of what you want your poem to convey along with the submission of your poem. If you would like to submit a poem, please head over to my Contact page to get in touch! Only the first two entries would be considered as I don’t like judging or choosing over any one’s works. If I do receive more than two poems, everyone who sends one will receive a shout out at the end of the month!

Please do participate!

My Schedule:
Sep 2: Invictus by William Ernest Henley
Sep 9: Animals by Walt Whitman
Sep 16: If by Rudyard Kipling
Sep 23: I Measure Every Grief I Meet by Emily Dickinson
Sep 28: Mirror by Sylvia Plath
Sep 21, 24, 28: A poem one of you wrote!

Thank you so much for reading!

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8 thoughts on “Introducing Whispers of the Soul | Poetry Blog Series

  1. So these are the poems so far!
    1.Invictus by William Henley
    2.Lost Generation by Jonathan Reed
    3. Still I Rise by Maya Angelou
    4.If by Rudyard Kipling
    5. Dear March, Come In by Emily Dickinson
    6.A Thing of Beauty by Jonh Keats
    7.Animals by Walt Whitman
    8.The Road Less Travelled by Roberts Frost
    9. I Measure Every Grief I Meet
    by Emily Dickinson

    If you’d like to suggest one (please do!) please make sure it isn’t already in the above list. Thank you!

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  2. Well, I see you have already chosen the one I was going to suggest, “If” by Rudyard Kipling–Great Poem. Soooooo, I will recommend another: “The Road Less Taken” by Robert Frost. I look forward to reading your posts on your selections. tkbrown

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