Business in Rhyme is looking for blog guests!

Many of you who have been following this blog for some time know that I’ve always intended to form a community around ideas that poetry as an art form has to offer much more than it is usually implied. For almost a year I’ve been on a quest to explore all benefits that writing and poetry has to bring into our lives. And a lot has been said and written. But I think it’s time we hear (read) some other voices and opinions too.

So this is official invitation to all bloggers to become a guest blogger on Business in Rhyme. This will give you the opportunity to show your work and share your opinions.

The first topic we could explore is how poetry improved your life and why do you write poetry? You could also include crucial poems that you like or that you wrote…Possibilities are endless.I know it might not be easy for some of you to share your vulnerability and intimate times of your lives, but think how you might help someone, inspire and encourage to embrace their feelings … Β I’m doing this on the blog for the first time and I have no idea if any of you are interested, but since Business in Rhyme has a growing following of a roughly 5000 people on social media, it is a chance for you to show your work and increase readership.

If you would like to share your experience and inspire others to start/continue writing poetry, you can read the general guidance given in the header menu.

Thank you in advance for your contribution.


39 thoughts on “Business in Rhyme is looking for blog guests!

    1. Hi Nix, that’s great! We are looking for original, yet unpublished personal essays on how poetry has improved people lives – your life. You can also visit the section ‘guest posts’ in the categories and see how other people have written their assays. πŸ™‚

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