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WD Poetic Form Challenge: Chanso Winner

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Here are the results of the Writer’s Digest Poetic Form Challenge for the chanso along with a Top 10 list. You can check out all the chanso entries in the comments on this post. Click here at any time to see what current WD Poetic Form Challenge we’re running. We’re currently running one for the kimo. Here is the winning chanso: “The Waking of a Tree,” by R. E. Wu The woods were still in slumberWhen I took a winter tryst,With powder-dusted umberTwining through the snowy mistOf scattered snowflakes falling,Falling slowly through their midst. Above, the somber branchesStretched and murmured, all […]

WD Poetic Form Challenge: Kimo

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I’m hoping to announce the winner of the chanso WD Poetic Form Challenge within the next week, but let’s go ahead and start another new poetic form challenge. This time around, we’ll write the kimo, an Israeli three-liner. Find the rules for writing the kimo here. So start writing them and sharing here (on this specific post) for a chance to be published in Writer’s Digest magazine‚Äďas part of the Poetic Asides column. Note on commenting: On this new site, you have to set up a free Disqus account and then scroll to the bottom of this page (or any […]

WD Poetic Form Challenge: Seadna Winner

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Here are the results of the Writer’s Digest Poetic Form Challenge for the seadna along with a Top 10 list. You can check out all the seadna entries in the comments on this post. Click here at any time to see what current WD Poetic Form Challenge we’re running. We’re currently running one for the chanso. Here is the winning seadna: “YEAST,” by Pamela L. King Fairies visit the old vineyard,vaulting in colorful capes.Before fleeing for the garden,they shake dust on golden grapes. Golden grapes mashed in oak barrelsbegin the journey to wine.The vintner smiles with fey visageas he tends […]

WD Poetic Form Challenge: Chanso

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(Editor’s note: I’ve made a slight change to how people can enter poems below. If you enter via email, please follow the subject line guidelines, or I may very well delete your entry without reading it.) I’m hoping to announce the winner of the seadna WD Poetic Form Challenge next before the end of the month, but let’s go ahead and start another a new poetic form challenge. This time around, we’ll write the chanso, a variable French form. Find the rules for writing the chanso here. So start writing them and sharing here (on this specific post) for a […]
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