Getting Poetic on the Web 1

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September 29, 2011 by WITS Houston

There are fun versions of the refrigerator magnet poetry game all over the web. Here are a few sites that will allow you to express your inner “you.”

1) Twitter Magnets. Try this app if you’re hoping to wax poetic on Twitter. It even keeps track of your character count so you stay with the bounds of the allowable 140!

2) If you’re lucky enough to own an iPad, check out the Poetry Magnet app or the Poetry Creator on the iTunes site.

3) If you’d like to play online, the official Magnetic Poetry site has loads of fun features, including a special section just for kids.

If you have your own favorite poetry game on the world wide web, please let us know about it in the comment section.

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One thought on “Getting Poetic on the Web 1

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