On April 24, the featured poem was "Fractals" by Mark Williams; on April 17 the feature was Nancy Chen Long's poem "Dot Product: the Cross Between Particle Theory and Pointillism"; the feature for April 10 was "Sleeping with my Telescope" by Richard Pflum; on April 3, Kirk Robinson's poem, "A History of Fire" was posted. With each of these poems, Indiana Poet Laureate Shari Wagner has also posted a writing prompt related to the topic of the poem -- so that readers enjoying the poems may be stimulated to write about their own STEM imaginings or experiences.
Another fun website I found recently is SingAboutScience.org. My exploration there has been brief but I discovered, for example, that if I enter the single word "algebra" I get a list of 32 song possibilities to explore. One is a You-Tube performance of "Absolute Value" by Algebra Man; here are its opening lines:
Absolute value, you're unlike any girl I've ever known,
You're always positive. Yeah, you mean the distance from zero.