The Poet’s Almanac bridges the divide between a humdrum weather report and a book of poetry. By using meteorological information and a customized library of poems, the application is able to provide poetry based on the weather. Matthew Murrey's "First Song" heralds a rainy day, and an afternoon of San Francisco fog invites the reader to enjoy the words of Sally Fisher. All of the poems have been handpicked by the staff at Poetry East from the journal's archives and attributed with a temperature and weather type.
*Works best on versions iOS7 and up
Features: •A collection of 200+ poems and growing that correlate to the day's weather forecast. •Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ for updates on the growing library and daily poetry forecasts •Read through the collection using a traditional index •Use The Poet's Almanac anywhere in the world
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