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Some top online resources for poets include:

1. **Poets.org**: Produced by the Academy of American Poets, Poets.org offers poems, poet biographies, essays, and teaching supplements[1].
 
2. **Poetry Foundation**: Publisher of Poetry magazine, the Poetry Foundation is dedicated to promoting poetry and offers a wide range of resources including poems, podcasts, and articles[1].

3. **Read Poetry**: A platform aiming to provide a safe space for exploring identity and diversity through poetry. It offers new poets, interviews, events, and poetry prompts[1].

4. **Poetry Daily**: Provides a new contemporary poem each day selected from journals and books worldwide[1].

5. **Poetry 180**: A resource designed for students to read or hear a poem each day of the school year, selected by former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins[1].

6. **Hello Poetry**: A community platform for sharing and receiving feedback on poems in an ad-free environment[1].

7. **Split This Rock**: Focuses on socially engaged poetry to spark change and foster a network of socially engaged poets[1].

8. **Poetry Out Loud**: Encourages students to engage with poetry through recitation competitions and offers a database of poems suitable for kids and teens[4].

These resources offer a variety of tools such as poems, poet biographies, teaching materials, workshops, contests, and opportunities to engage with the poetry community.

**Citations:**
[1] https://www.readpoetry.com/8-helpful-online-resources-for-poets/
[2] https://www.aaeteachers.org/index.php/blog/1872-the-big-giant-list-of-poetry-resources
[3] https://www.poetryfoundation.org/learn/resources
[4] https://www.weareteachers.com/poetry-websites/
[5] https://www.edutopia.org/blog/online-poetry-resources-monica-burns

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