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Rain and Dark, Isolated Places Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Pendleton Arkwright

Contest Deadline:

Monday, September 21, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

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Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of .............Rain, the sound of rain, dark and lonely places.
Any form is acceptable.

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
 

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Trees Personified Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Charlotte Jade Puddifoot

Contest Deadline:

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

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Contest Description:

Choose a tree and personify it. Anyone who is unsure about personification please look it up, but basically it is just a form of poetry in which human characteristics are attributed to nonhuman things. Try to really get inside your tree when writing your poem; write as if you ARE the tree.

NEW POEMS ONLY, PLEASE ADD DATE OF COMPOSITION AT THE BOTTOM

USE THE NAME OF YOUR TREE AS THE TITLE E.G. ELM

LIST YOUR POEM UNDER THE PERSONIFICATION FORM

NO NAMES

CHECK SPELLING AND GRAMMAR

Prizes

Glory, number of placements to be decided at time of judging.

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

October Sky (three headed haiku) Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: SKAT A

Contest Deadline:

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

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Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of ......October Sky.......
Form: HAIKU (3 haiku)

Prizes

Image result for october skies Image result for october skies

Preparing Your Entry

with imagery

I'm only accepting 3 haiku

 

 Image result for october skies

3 Headed Haiku   

Please Submit 3 October Sky Haiku. 

Please, me with Imagery.

Image result for october skies Image result for october skies 

LOVE SKAT

VISUAL OF A VERSO Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: nette onclaud

Contest Deadline:

Friday, September 18, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

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Contest Description:

 

let’s be inspired by an  invented form called Verso-Rhyme  by L. Ensley Hutton...

the Verso-Rhyme is:
- a poem in 8 lines with a syllabic count of 6-4-6-4-6-4-6-4…

-it has a rhyme scheme , xaxbxaxb. ( x being unrhymed)…

- this  is written without punctuation except an exclamation in the end...

your creative task is to pen a NEW, ORIGINAL poem using both visuals shown below as your inspiration .. please  avoid details of the images; rather, feel a scene from both pictures, go deep, and make your work EXTRAORDINARY!...

         

 

         Night walk in Prague, Czech republic, Europe

 

unique imagery, poetic mood, content of flow , and adherence to the form are my requirements...

my example of verso-rhyme:

It is in the evening   (x)
When your eyes claim  ( a)
The luster of new  stars  (x)
Irises gold   (b)
Warm as the  dusk’s ember (x)
A porch  aflame  (a)
Dazzling our tango’s glare  (x)
Till clouds unfold!  (b)

 

~ write your name, contest title, and date

~ use www.howmanysyllables,com as your counter

~ categorize as rhyme

~ remember to use both images in your poem

 

enchant me and yourself, sweet soupers!... huggs!

 

 

 

 

Childrens Story, Dr. Seuss Style Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Casarah Nance

Contest Deadline:

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

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Contest Description:

One more hip, hip hooray for Dr. Seuss who has influenced so many lives with his works...

Dr. Seuss used a lot of repetition, sounds, and made up words in his childrens stories. He created a flow that was fun to read out loud to children of all ages. He had rhymes and beats, fun and treats, making him unique...and that is, I say, a fun way to play.

That is what I want from you...I want you to write a child friendly poem, create a character, use the literary devices that Dr. Seuss implemented...Have fun with it...take us to another world...takes us on a ride with an extrodinary character..or to an extrordinary place.

The rules are that your entry has to be child appropriate...My four year old Abigail, is going to help me judge, I will be reading her the writes...she may be a tougher judge than I...!!

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Collaboration Celebration (Not taking any more entries) Working on a few Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Poet Destroyer A

Contest Deadline:

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

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Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of .......Collaborate with me......
Any form is acceptable.

 

Introducing my newest contest-Collaboration Celebration. Poets are welcome to soup mail the start of a collaboration and I and two other soup poets then will judge which one is the best.  Any form is acceptable, The subject of the poem must be one of the five listed or it will be ignored.  All Poems Will be placed in the order it was chosen. 

I will post the top collaborations on my poem list as time goes by

LIST (will change)

1. October Breeze ---------    5 lines minimum 15 lines max. 

2. Midnight Flowers  ---------    5 lines minimum 15 lines max. 

3. Dark Side of the MooN ---------   5 lines min. 15 lines max. 

4. Winter Reflection ---------   5 lines min. 15 lines max. 

5. Open Slam ---------    10- 15 lines (each)

Prize  -?????

 

I have FOUR important rules

#1. Feature your NAME on the top part of your poem

#2. At the bottom, you will add 

~A Poet Destroyer Collaboration~

#3. Chose the title wisely. <--part of judging

#4. YOUR max lines are 5-15  

(unless you ask otherwise)

Let, the Collaborations begin... 
I bet this is going to be a long project...
All New Poets Are Welcome To Join :):):)

Collaborate with me!!!

This is the way I'm getting over my writers block ordeal. :)  The last time I had writer's block. 35 different poets helped me overcome my situation, through collaborations....  
Sounds like I need my dose once more. 
Always  ~~~~~ LINDA ~~~~

 

Everyone Poops Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Roy Jerden

Contest Deadline:

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

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Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of:

I bought the book above for my granddaughter, Marissa when she was having problems getting potty trained. It is actually quite good and helped her a lot.

As a follow-up to Debbie Guzzi's food contest, it seems appropriate to broach the indelicate subject of what eventually happens to all that food that was poetically waxed about, i.e. to poop, defecate, move your bowels, bake brownies, drop a load, take a dump, expel the hamster, squeeze a steamer, talk to a man about a horse, release the hostage, bust a grumpy, etc.

I don't think this subject has been used as the basis for a contest before, so we should get some new original poems out of it.

Just one major rule: Keep it clean. No vulgar terms or your poem goes to the can, nyuk,nyuk.

Doesn't have to be about people as in this example we used to chant when marching in the military:

Birdie, birdie in the sky 
Dropped some whitewash in my eye 
I won't fuss and I won't cry 
I'm just glad that cows can't fly!

Sound off! (one, two)
Sound off (three, four)
etc.

It's a good subject for humor, in fact it's a whole category, but that's really obvious. Surprise me, and you'll do well.

For an example see my poem "Ode on a Japanese Commode"

http://www.poetrysoup.com/poem/ode_on_a_japanese_commode_485636

Any form is acceptable.

I do expect a well-structured poem for the form you have chosen. Spelling and grammar count, except in dialect.

 

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
 

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Shadows Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Edwin Hofert

Contest Deadline:

Monday, August 10, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of Shadows. What or who are they to you? Memories that keep you from moving forward? Fear and doubt for the future? Or are they just the absence of light? Do they walk , climb, slink, or slip? Are they in you or around you? These are the things I want to know. So in this, the very first contest I host. Take me to your shadows.

No more than 20 lines. While I am hosting this and awarding the first place prize I will be recruiting friends and peers at Poetrysoup to help with the judging process.

Your work will be judged more so on depth than punctuation and flow and ebb. All of these things are important to a good high quality poem. But none of these things should hinder the message your heart wants to relay. Draw deep then deeper.

Good luck. 

Sample Poem

I Am Shadows

 

I felt the shadows gathering

lining up and down the halls.

Slipping neath the unlocked door,

and climbing up my walls.

 

Finally I dimmed the lights

and bid them all come in.

I sat down in my easy chair,

to welcome my old friend.

 

We talked of secrets we had shared

and secrets we had kept.

Dreams the shadows watched me dream

at night time while I slept.

 

We laughed and cried the night away

we shared some memories too.

But we never spoke of daylight,

and we never spoke of you.

 

Cause daylight drives out shadows

to the point they cease to be.

I feel the pain of shadows

cause it's what you did to me.

 

So caught up in your glory

how I loved to watch you shine.

But enough was not enough

you wanted all of mine.

 

So I sit in the shadows

as you share your light with him.

Shadows now all I have left

and I am one of them.

 

Edwin C Hofert

Any form is acceptable.

Prizes

First Prize, One year Premium Membership at poetrysoup.com
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
Twelve Honorable Mentions

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

The I'Lyezette - Interpret My Mind Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: FJ Thomas

Contest Deadline:

Saturday, August 01, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

THE MAXIMUM LINE REQUIREMENT HAS BEEN REMOVED FOR THIS CONTEST (7/13/15) 1) MEANING OF FORM HAS BEEN CLARIFIED FURTHER 2) If you place and I see you are using it sneeringly towards others I will remove your placement completely. And yes I can even after I have finished judging.


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

SEE THE BLOG FOR A CLEARER EXPLANATION. Simply look at the links at the top of the page and select "Blogs." If you are on a mobile device it may be easier if you turn your phone sideways as this often switches the view to that of the desktop site.

 

Write, in poetic form, the picture meant to be seen using a literal description; followed by the actual poem that may have metaphors, analogies, allegories, etc.

This contest will not be an easy one as I want you to take a poem, old or new, and write a poem of the literal interpretation of the piece and then place the actual poem below the interpretation.

I must be able to see how the interpretation you’ve written correlates with the true piece!

Of course I would recommend that you view the example here: http://www.poetrysoup.com/poem/written_painting_685758

 

NO NAMES

PUT “I’LYEZETTE” AFTER THE TITLE

 

Prizes - To be determined

English Language

Poems should be in English.

I, Icon Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Sheri Fresonke Harper

Contest Deadline:

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of ............. I, Icon, your choice of interpretation. Your choice of form.

The intent of this theme is to immortalize yourself in some way as an opposition to acts which seek to hurt others in order to become known. 

New poems please. Date your poem.


Any form is acceptable that is longer than 10 lines.

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
Twelve Honorable Mentions

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Repeat After Me Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Darkland Poetry

Contest Deadline:

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

Rules:

I really love repeating poetry. For this contest, submit a NEW poem on any subject of your choosing. Accepted forms are: Villanelle, Pantoum, or Terzanelle. (I know there are other repeating forms, but these are my favorites)

I will choose 5 winners total. 1st thru 3rd and 2 honourable mentions.

My judging will be based primarily on how your poem flows (meter, rhythm, etc). Then I will look at how well your repeaters fit within the contents of the poem.

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Florida Nature Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Rhonda Johnson-Saunders

Contest Deadline:

Monday, March 16, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of .............Florida Nature

There's much more to Florida than DIsney World and beaches (even I sometimes forget). Below is a few paintings of Florida's outdoors, farming, wildlife and nature. The artist is Robert Butler, a naturalist painter and Floridian, who brought attention to Florida's agriculture and wildlife. Use one of these paintings to inspire a poem about my home state, or if you find another Robert Butler painting that inspires you, please tell me the name of the painting.  

RULES:

1. NO NAMES PLEASE!!

2. ANY form is acceptable, 8 - 30 lines 

3. The only title acceptable is Florida Nature

4. Only New Poems (Please Date)

5. Please tell me under your poem which Rober Butler painting inspired you.

Thanks everyone...I hope you enjoy discovering another side of my home state! 

 

   

Joe's Corner

 

Sugar Harvest

 

Fern Garden

 

Golden Grove

 

Cracker Cowman

 

Wild Symphony

 

Majestic Pose


 

Prizes

First Prize - Tenth Prize, Glory
 

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts.

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Dodoitsu Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Dr.Ram Mehta

Contest Deadline:

Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of    LOVE OR HUMOR
The form is acceptable.  "DODOITSU"  ( Submit Two Dodoitsu only)

The Dodoitsu is a fixed folk song form of Japanese origin and is often about love or humor. It has 26 syllables made of of four lines of 7, 7, 7, 5 syllables respectively. It is unrhymed and non-metrical.

 

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
Twelve Honorable Mentions

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Small Gifts - Contributing to Other's Happiness Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Brian Johnston

Contest Deadline:

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Note From Sponsor:

No, I have not forgotten you dear fellow poets and deeply apologize for the delay in judging your entries. Life has been complicated by my own illness, illness of friends, and both the actual and impending death of friends, all part of the ever changing landscape of life I guess, especially as we get older. Good health is such an under-appreciated blessing! But I shall return soon and hopefully make a small contribution to at least some of you being happy! :-)


Contest Description:

 

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of Small Gifts - Contntributing to Other's Happiness


Any form is acceptable.

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
Twelve Honorable Mentions

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

I have posted my own version of a poem by this title on my site as well which I hope will inspire others to share their take on the subject, their life experiences in this area, or as I have done, give voice to the impact that small gifts have made in their own lives

Contest delayed due to circumstances Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Elly D. A. Wouterse

Contest Deadline:

Monday, November 24, 2014

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

Introduction

I submitted a poem for a local poetrycontest  after a first, second  and even third thoughts. During several attempts for some(..) days I found myself determed to succeed in writing an entry... it took what it took (it was really time - and energy consuming) but it turned out to be fun for me and kept me busy.... Because the challenge was so very challenging and at last not as impossible  as I thought.......and the succes great - it was a first prize-winner :-) .......So.. I 'translated' the original Dutch contest description and after being challenged myself I am now challenging you: 

What's to submit?

1 original,  new poem using .............one quote of an international famous person and  at least 3 (preferable local[ your homecountry]  proverbs.... having a kind of  theme-related 'context' 

Write a - preferably  - rhyming poem  using at least three different (maybe local? ) proverbs and   quote one world wide famous person 

Use  at least two  words  and one  proverb with a (slighty different) meaning (play with the words)

'Here's an example - Cobbler's magic  and find out what I am looking for by  choosing  "Show Poet's Notes About the poem"

Use  only the haiku or dodoitsu form for each stanza without the obligatory subject regulations of those forms.

 

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory

If applicable more prizes and / or honorable mentions

Poems placed on the winners list will be published @ www.elliewouterse.com

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

Don't forget the following:

  • NO NAMES - I only judge anonymous entries.

  • Specify the original proverbs and quote you used

  • Specify / explain the 'word-games' you added 

  • Max. number of lines: 21(haiku) & 20(dodoitsu)

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Take your time (I'll start judging second half of November!)& Lot's of  puzzle - FUN.

Ellly 

Addictive Poetry Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Just That Archaic Poet

Contest Deadline:

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of .............

Addiction; any kind. I know firsthand the battles. Tell me about yours or that of a friend or loved one. How does it affect the mind, body, Soul and family, in your opinion. Don't be afraid; don't be vague. Gut me with emotion.
 

"Free-verse" is acceptable, but rhyme is preferred. No haiku or haiku-adjacent. 16 lines or less; I know you can do it. Add your name, please. Un-named entries will be dismissed. For an idea of what I am seeking, see my poems:

http://www.poetrysoup.com/poems_poets/poem_detail.aspx?ID=501397

http://www.poetrysoup.com/poems_poets/poem_detail.aspx?ID=502913

 

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
Twelve Honorable Mentions

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

When doing wrong feels so right Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Jared Pickett

Contest Deadline:

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

ONE NEW POEM on When Doing Wrong Feels So Right!!
Any form is acceptable.

My last contest was such an enormous success It took me a while to find another subject worthy! 

This does not have to be about relationships, it can be about any subject matter. All I ask of you is to tell me a story about a time in your life when you have done something that as an adult you know is wrong but you commit to it anyways!! I am a picky judge so use your imagination, play on your words and get passionate. I want you to pour your heart out!! Charmaine Chircop mentioned to me through one of her comments that she, and I quote: "Felt a heartbeat through my words" That is exactly what I am looking for!! 

I want your submissions with your name and date. Older poetry will not be accepted because its not what I am looking for!! Have fun with this contest, I look forward to reading all of your wonderful poetry!!

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
Twelve Honorable Mentions

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Let's Try a Little Kimo Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Amy Green

Contest Deadline:

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

A post-Haiku poetic form , consisting of three lines of 10, 7, and 6 syllables. This form of poetry was invented in Israel.

As long or short as you want, but I wanna feel it as well as read it.

NO NAMES!

Definition

Example A beautiful example from one of "our own"-

The Inside Girl

plinks like the mallet on my xylophone watch the rain fall, hear the sound  splatter in the puddles  just licking the damp from the window pane tears fall, there'll be no outside wet cheeks and runny nose   Contest: Through My Window Poet: Debbie Guzzi

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
Twelve Honorable Mentions

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Dear Diary Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Anne Currin

Contest Deadline:

Monday, June 09, 2014

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:

What to Submit?

1 original, poem on the theme of a diary entry. Make it raw! Treat your poem as though it truly is an entry into your private diary. Shock me! Stir up my emotions! And most of all- have fun! 
Any form is acceptable. :)

Prizes

First Prize, Glory
Second Prize, Glory
Third Prize, Glory
Twelve Honorable Mentions

Preparing Your Entry

Submit one copy of your poem online. Format your poem. Please make your entry easy to read — no illustrations or fancy fonts. 

English Language

Poems should be in English. Poems translated from other languages are not eligible, unless you wrote both the original poem and the translation.

A Note to Poetry Contestants

You are welcome to enter this contest, whether or not you won a prize in one of my previous contests.

Rhyme Battle: Round 6 Information About the Contest
Sponsored by: Juli- Michelle

Contest Deadline:

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Note From Sponsor:

No updates yet...


Contest Description:


RHYME BATTLE: ROUND SIX


I'm going to make this one easy.

Submit a single couplet. Two lines. End Rhyme. 

Simple enough? I think so too.

No names.

Happy rhyming :)







p.s. Thanks everyone for making these rhyme battles so much fun to read and judge. 


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