Five Twitter Accounts for Word Lovers
Twitter is primarily known as a social media website. Originally, however, the site is meant to be for micro-blogging. Other users have taken to Twitter to express their creativity in 160 characters or less. Here are five fun Twitter accounts for word lovers.
- Words (@words)
Words is a Twitter account that, quite literally, posts words and their definitions. The account makes sure that the words they post are relevant, and fun to use. Some of their recent entries include ethereal, somnambulist, and incandescence. They have over 69,000 followers.
- David Levithan (@loversdiction)
Author of novels like Everyday, Boy Meets Boy and Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist David Levithan uses his account to post entries from his book, The Lover’s Dictionary. The book is a story of a relationship told in the form of dictionary entries.
- Six Word Story (@sixwordshort)
As the name suggests, the account posts short and impactful stories told within six words. Popular entries include “Drugs didn’t change me, people did,” “To feel nothing is everything sometimes,” and “Four walls does not mean home.” Over 400,000 users follow the account.
- Poems Porn (@PoemsPorn)
This account is a collection of quotes, excerpts, poetry, short stories and artwork found in the Internet. The account has over one million followers. Writers who want to be featured may send their work.
- Button Poetry (@buttonpoetry)
Button Poetry is a collective of spoken word artists and slam poets. While they’re more present on YouTube, their Twitter account also features news redirects, excerpts and quotes. They also post redirect links to daily uploaded poetry on YouTube.
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