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Writing Challenge January, 2019- Fibonacci -

Contest Judged:  1/12/2019 10:54:00 AM
Sponsored by: Dear Heart | Send Soup Mail
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Contest Winner Medal 1 Passion of Fire Andrea Dietrich
Contest Winner Medal 1 Song of Love Joseph May
Contest Winner Medal 1 Memories And Idiosyncrasies Emile Pinet
Contest Winner Medal 1 Etch Lavender Fields Eve Roper
Contest Winner Medal 1 - Even Tears Freeze - Sunshine Smile
Contest Winner Medal 1 Bye For Now Sandra Haight
Contest Winner Medal 1 Happily Finding Bliss Caren Krutsinger
Contest Winner Medal 2 Embers Can Reignite Carolyn Devonshire
Contest Winner Medal 2 A Sequestered Fawn Lu Loo
Contest Winner Medal 2 Too often biased Gershon Wolf
Contest Winner Medal 2 Keep On Trying harry horsman
Contest Winner Medal 2 Ruby Kisses Envelopes Chantelle Anne Cooke
Contest Winner Medal 2 A Solitary Lifestyle CayCay Jennings
Contest Winner Medal 2 IMAGES ON FRAMES nette onclaud
Contest Winner Medal 2 Arrived Yet Early Gregory R Barden
Contest Winner Medal 3 Greatest of Sin Edward Ibeh
Contest Winner Medal 3 Her Blue Eyes Michelle Faulkner
Contest Winner Medal 3 A Time Lord Kim Rodrigues
Contest Winner Medal 3 AN ALCOHOLIC LOSER Alexis Y.
Contest Winner Medal 3 HAUNTING SOUL MUSIC Line Gauthier
Contest Winner Medal 3 Adopting Retired Racers Tania Kitchin
4 Man Highly Intuitive Sara Kendrick
4 Forever With Christ Laura Leiser
4 Revel in Silence P.S. AWTRY
4 Core of Womanhood Janis Thompson
4 Skyscape Of Mind Subimal Sinha-Roy
4 Triangle Rodeo Course David Drowley

Contest Description

What to submit:

NEW and DATED, one, two or three Fibonacci form on the theme of ............. any theme

Fibonacci :  1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21...1 syllable, 1 syllable, 2 syllables, 3 syllables, 5 syllables, 8 syllables, 13 syllables, 21 syllables. For a total of 8 lines.

Note:   I will accept 20 syllables in that last line because so many are having difficulty with the roll over.  I have two examples one with 21 syllables in the last line and one with 20 syllables in the last line.

The last line is very tricky, as it cannot roll over to the next line, must fit on the one line this is the skill of this form, even more difficult if you center the poem.I have made this mistake many times. If that line rolls over your poem will not place. There is no rhyming in this form. Check you spelling, grammar and presentation.  Images and video allowed.

I have posted an example on my poetry page titled:  Example for my Fibonocci Contest- (with 20 syllables in the last line)   January 1, 2019-  Subtitle - No More Chances

I have posted an example on my poetry page titled: Example of my Fibonacci Contest - (21 syllables in the last line) dated January 3, 2019- Subtitle- Beneath The Ivy 


Title of your poem

For this contest your title will be THREE words taken from the last line of your Fibonnaci. The title must make sense. DO NOT ADD THE CONTEST NAME TO THE TITLE.


Date at bottom

Contest Name at bottom

Sponsor Name at bottom

Note-  Perhaps mention the syllable counter you used so I can check on the same one, otherwise I am checking with

Also note

This contest will have multiple placements. 


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