As you should all know by now, we're smack-dab in the middle of National Poetry Month. Oh, poets! You will never make any money.
But don't worry, poor prisoners of verse. There are ways to celebrate digitally.
DailyLit, a service that will e-mail you books in manageable installments or provide them on your RSS feed, is offering free bite-sized chunks of poetry throughout April. Their Masters of Verse collection is a nice way to remind yourself of all those stanzas you had to memorize in high school. And it will give you a chance to LOL at the title choice of Good-By and Keep Cold by Robert Frost (because everyone knows the original title was STAY FROSTY).
If you're struggling to write your poetry but can't concentrate because your roommate's new girlfriend squeals like a pig and the walls in your apartment are paper-thin (for example), maybe you need a distraction-free text editor like WriteMonkey. I'm pretty sure Byron used something very similar.
And hey, do you remember the slightly scammy old Poetry.com? Well, now it's been bought by Lulu.com, the Print-On-Demand (POD) company, and they will apparently give poets money sometimes.
So April is totally not the cruelest month. I mean, it's no cakewalk, but it's certainly not the worst. So suck it up, Eliot.