Contest Vote For Write a poem using these words...
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|8 votes||One Hundred Steps by Mrs. KT|
|5 votes||Meditation by I am Cat|
|5 votes||A Moonlit Lake, and You by MissMerri|
|4 votes||Greatest Show On Earth by JDRBAR|
|3 votes||Mountain Retreat by Susan Burger|
|3 votes||Sweet Sixteen by June Sargent|
|3 votes||One winter's memory by Boogienights|
|2 votes||All Present and Accounted For by bichonfrisegirl|
|1 Vote||An overnight stay by joeruptak|
|1 Vote||Life Aim by ameen786|
|1 Vote||Nostalgic Evening by J.Good|
|1 Vote||Unpleasant Morning by HarryT|
|1 Vote||Spacious World by Jan26|
|No Votes||The Great Dipper hello by Rasmine|
|No Votes||My New England Home by moonsunrise|
Comments For One Hundred Steps by Mrs. KT
I vote for this one because it reminds me of my maladies and my determination. Also, this is a story in the poem.
I also loved 'Meditation', and 'One Winter's Memory', also 'All Present and Accounted For', which was akin to a horror poem; I take describing a lawnmower. All were great!
Love the emotion in this poem!
Comments For A Moonlit Lake, and You by MissMerri
A lovely romantic poem using all the required terms naturally.
There are many which are wonderful but this one truly captured my heart.
Comments For One winter's memory by Boogienights
It had to be very creative, to be the best among this unusually strong field.
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The 23rd Annual Book Awards said:
"We Really Need To Laugh" shares “memories which will resonate with many readers. Overall a creative presentation of the author’s life given in a rather sing-song poetic story telling style; a pleasant read"
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