The Poetry Forum FAQ

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About TPF

The Poetry Forum was founded in 2007 by Kate AKA Flutterings. The aim of the forum was not only to share poetry, but to do so in an environment that cared for others. A place where people could grow as writers and continue to inspire those that wish to follow. Under Kate’s guidance it has grown into one of the largest forums of its kind. Kate has since moved on to other pursuits but TPF endeavours to maintain the same dual ideal of care for people and poetry under its new ownership.

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Sites like The Poetry Forum do not occur on their own. There's a lot of work put into maintaining the site, with bills to pay (software licenses, hosting fees, security updates, technical support etc.) and a lot of time is committed to the site.

If you like The Poetry Forum, hang out in here, have buddies, like the community we created, feel part of our family, then we hope that you'll also consider donating to the community so that we can keep developing our vibrant community, and we would very much appreciate ANY amount you can donate.

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