Poem Writing AppPoetry Writing App
Poetry Foundation in the App Store
Now you can take along literary classics and modernists' poetic works in tens of thousands everywhere with the universal poppy app from our pothouse. Whether William Shakespeare, César Vallejo or Heather McHugh, the App of the Poetry Foundation turns your cell or iPod Touch or iPad into a portable poem library: Shaking your instrument to find new poetries to suit every temper.
Store your favourite reviews for later viewing and sharing via Facebook, Twitter or email. Browse verses by T.S. Eliot, Pablo Neruda, Lucille Clifton, Emily Dickinson and many others. After all, I like literary writing and writing verse. So I think the Poetic Foundation had a good plan to have an app for their organisation.
On the way they could start if they didn't want to start with poems (although I rather book). One of my major problems is that there is as much formality as a poem a writer wants to interpret. If I' m on the app, the rows don't correspond to those I've seen on my notebook or computer.
SO is important for a writer where you begin with punctuation marks, which words begin the next line or verse, and so on. The app confuses the rhythms of the poetry. I' m guessing that smart phones aren't big enough and need to move some words to another line (which is not a good thing for a dedicated reader).
That app has really made me read lately. In contrast to a collection of verse, which often demands a certain poet's dedication, this app is ideal for those who are still discovering what they like, because it will introduce you to a large choice of different verse and then allow you to examine a particular poem and its work if you are interested.
Several of the verses seem to have problems with processing, so it would be good to solve them, but overall I have had a good one. However, I would like to make one suggestion: it would be surprising if you would include a comment function so that people could write down their own remarks to a poem or write down some of the thoughts they had about it.
which presents thousand of verses and verses in an interesting and captivating way. You can only post a poem that you have a permit for or that is open to the general public. Please note that you can only post a poem on our website if you have one. And in terms of the absence of line feeds, it clearly states that the portable application cannot retain line feeds like a hard copy page, pointing the reader to the entire site.