Contest Vote For Poem of the Month
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|12 votes||Nevermore by Dean Kuch|
|9 votes||Timeless by rspoet|
|8 votes||Older by RGstar|
|8 votes||Held by YNWA|
|7 votes||Stinging Desire by Gloria ....|
|5 votes||An orphan... by royowen|
|3 votes||Drunk on Love or Something Else by kiwigirl2821|
|3 votes||Porcelain by James H. Oldfield|
|3 votes||The Difference Between Us by robyn corum|
|2 votes||A Po-em Old by easyeverett1|
|1 Vote||Hate Speaks by Boogienights|
|1 Vote||Monolith by catch22|
|1 Vote||Then, Let Go by michaelcahill|
|No Votes||Eyes by Cycler|
A fabulous peom
Monolith and Before the Dawn were close runner ups for my vote.
All three were crafted with finesse and artistry and highly expressive. Powerful and memorable.
I voted for this one because of how it made me feel as well as the musicality read aloud and the tasteful presentation. But it was a close call indeed.
Some mighty fine poets here on site!
The most moving. It stays with you long after it?s read.
Among many worthy nominees, this was the most evocative: an honest, beautifully descriptive, bittersweet look at old age. Great poetry.
You capture some of that personal and faded glory in your well-penned and memorable piece.
Comments For Stinging Desire by Gloria ....
Exceptional in every way.
Well written and versed poem. l.
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