Are You One Of Our Lucky Poets?


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    Are You One Of Our Lucky Poets?


    We hatched a grand plan to celebrate the U.S. National Poetry Month with interviews, NaPoWriMo, various poetry discussions etc... so the next logical step was to create a
    Prize
    Invitational
    Challenge for our WF poets.







    We could hardly let the fiction writers have all the fun could we?

    But who should be eligible to enter we asked? Trust me, behind every 'Grand' anything there is usually a 'Grand' debate...
    After a lot of deliberation, head-scratching and hand-wringing here is the full list of members who can enter WF's Inaugural Grand Invitational Poetry Challenge.


    (An Invitation-Only Event the following members have received an invitation to party)


    Contestants eligible to win 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th prizes


    Full list Entrant Names: Full Invites: Eligible to Enter and win

    *5 judges who have judged a Pip challenge 2015
    TJ1985 (judged June's Pip 2015 Challenge)
    Midnightpoet (judged April 2015 Pip)
    Joshybo (judged Feb2015 Pip)


    Purple Pip (Poetry) winners 2015

    Phil Istine
    am_hammy
    Crowley K. Jarvis
    Firemajic
    amsawtell

    Laureate 2015
    astroannie
    J.J. Maxx
    Nellie
    Terry D
    Boofy
    jenthepen
    inkwellness
    Darkkin

    Laureate 2014
    toddm
    Squalid Glass
    escorial
    Fats Velvet
    John Oberon
    Chester's Daughter



    Members restricted to People's Choice (4th Prize)

    Admin
    Rcallaci
    Gumby
    PiP

    Challenge Hosts: PiP & HarperCole
    Prompt: Spaces Unseen

    Submission Starts: 1, April, 2016


    Submission Ends: 14, April, 2016 (Midnight GMT)




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    Last edited by PiP; March 21st, 2016 at 09:30 PM.
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    it looks cool- I wonder who is this Racalli fellow- is he a cousin of rcallaci if not then he is one phantom fellow...
    Nature weeps, the devil sings
    at mans greed and pride
    and what it brings

    Just lots of useless
    little things

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcallaci View Post
    it looks cool- I wonder who is this Racalli fellow- is he a cousin of rcallaci if not then he is one phantom fellow...
    rcallaci is like spaghetti which ends up as pagshetti.. Ya know my dyslexic fingers can never get the letters in your name in the right order *laughing*
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    Oh well, whichever whatway. Just like that hagspetti, Bob's poetry products are delicious however you're gonna spell it.

    Looking forward to reading some great poems in this challenge.

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    I'm not sure if it was intended but the link(s) under the laureate2014 and laureate2015 open up a log-in window for admin. I have a feeling that's not meant to happen
    If you need to change it, feel free to alter my quoted text too.
    Last edited by PiP; March 21st, 2016 at 07:32 PM. Reason: quote with links removed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Istine View Post
    I have a feeling that's not meant to happen .
    A picture saves a 1000 words




    That's better. Thank you, Phil.
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    I was looking at the various ranks of the qualified entrants, (I like patterns, it's the dork in me). Most are veterans, mentors, FofWF, or staff. As an outlier in Turtle Green, I think it says a lot about the dedication members and staff have to this forum. Folks stick around because the quality of the community is just that good. Diverse and involved, it is a boon to writers of all genres, not just poets.

    - D. the T.
    Last edited by Darkkin; March 21st, 2016 at 08:00 PM.


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    Apparently not...
    A man in possession of a wooden spoon must be in want of a pot to stir.

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    I'm looking forward to this challenge and to read all the entries! =)
    ".... But if the while I think on thee, dear friend,
    All losses are restored and sorrows end."
    - William Shakespeare, Sonnet XXX



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    It should be interesting. The word count limit is going to be a challenge. Time to make my verbiage earn its keep.


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