Nothing to post from my pen from over the holidays but I have come across a site, Poem Hunter.com which publishes collections of poems by some very well known poets, not sure of how they work exactly but it is free to download thousands of poems in collections by author/poet.
It is an educational site and has the following nnote about copyright:
PoemHunter.Com is a non-profit site. Poems are published on this site
purely for educational reasons, for the purpose of information and with
good intentions. If the legal representatives ask us to remove a poem
from the site, this will be done immediately. We guarantee to fulfill
such demands within 48 hours. (PoemHunter.Com reserves the right to
investigate whether the person submitting that demand is authorized to
do so or not.)
I know that I read lots of poetry both classical and new, I think this will be a wonderful resource to make a note of. They do seem to make it difficult to copy poems from the e-books (I am not very tech savvy) so I cannot post a few snippets/samples of the poetry as I had intended. I can see how by printing and re-scanning/etc it would be possible but the effort would probably not be worthwhile. You will have to visit the site yourself and download your own e-books.
I shall certainly enjoy reading some of the poems and adding to my own poor skill set by the examples set by the poets whose work is being made available.
The works available as downloads run from Shakespeare to Wordsworth to Frost to Spike Milligan; you can see that there is a very exhaustive data base.