There were fourteen entries that made the April 10 deadline. Terry Raun, webmaster of WOOF, said "what a very tough contest..." There was even a 5 way tie for second place, thus he published 6 top picks!
Congratulations to my fellow writers. I have been learning a lot from your writing styles as I read your poems week after week.
Zorlone – “Passionate Blogger” - A tribute to the bloggers who have influenced my writing endeavors.
Alex McGaughan - “Late Fall; She Retorts” - A short free-verse poem about a young man and woman who are driven apart by one's romanticism and the other's inability to share it.
Jennifer M Scott – “Primordial Passion” - Written in a series of three cinquains about spring and the renewing of love or starting new love.
Romeo – “Another Rainy Day” - Short Poem for the one I've lost.
Dragon Blogger – “Aftershock” - Poem crafted from random words, inspired by the earthquake in Italy.
Izzy Daniels - “Maximizing your writing Time: Start with the Outline” - I gave a brief description on how to write a short outline for ones writing.
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(WOOF participants should re-post all the links above by next Monday. The following links may be excluded as long as you include all the above links.)
Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top posts as chosen by the April 10, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends April 17. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form on this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.
Other WOOF Contestants for 04/10/09
Roy – “Seemingly An Ordinary Night” - A poem about finding a quick solution to one's burden...
Zorlone – “Summer Rain” - An attempt to capture the essence of one of nature's wonders using poetry as an instrument.
Oyen – “Death's POV” - If Death were a person he probably wouldn't be eager to end anyone's life.
Jennifer M Scott – “Cloudy Intuition” - The day starts nice but there is this feeling of something bad will happen which ruins the day.
Jennifer M Scott - “The Midnight Club” - Dedicated to everyone who works strange shifts especially the ones that crawl into the night and beyond about how it is nice out but better days are coming.
Dragon Blogger – “The Box” - A metaphor for someones life being contained inside a box.
Dragon Blogger – “Racing Home To You” - Poem about being stuck in traffic, eager to arrive home to the one you love.
Non-Fiction / Rant
Roy – “Blogging to live... even as I rant” - A rant about experiences (and frustrations) in trying to make a living by blogging...