What to submit?
Ellip is a form of poetry I wish to expand upon. Think, the brevity of a haiku with a twist: three lines or words using three syllables each. They are not limited to nine syllables and can be longer than three lines as long as each group is an ellip. Here are some examples:
Now I know
When I tend
Then I grow
What does fog
The format and punctuation is not important; they may be written horizontally:
Summer days... Sizzling air... Sprinklers
Rivers meet... Bluffs surround... Seasons bloomPrizes:
First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
20 Honorable Mentions
Preparing your entry:
Submit one copy of your poem online.