January’s Poem of the Month Contest!!!

Over at Children’s Author David L. Harrison’s Blog, there are some great poems focused on the January prompt of time.  You’ll find 27 poems by adults and 7 poems by students.  You can also read the poems using links given above each voting section.

Then comes the hard part . . . you can only vote once!  Please go take some, time that is, to read and enjoy.  If you can make yourself decide on one favorite (one adult and one student), do vote.  Voting ends midnight January 30th. 

AND JOIN IN NEXT MONTHthe prompt will be up after the voting ends.

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17 Responses to January’s Poem of the Month Contest!!!

  1. Julie says:

    Thanks much, cuz. I’ll spend some quiet time tonight reading all the entries. This looks great!

  2. Robin Mullet says:

    Some interesting work – especially by the kids.
    Thanks for the link.

  3. Tacy says:

    Okay… well, my LA teacher tends to forget stuff, but I will try anyway! 🙂 Thank you Yousei Hime! You’re a very nice person!

  4. Amity says:

    Just dropping by Yousei…:)

    Thanks for your kind critiquing on the short acrostic story mine. Have incorporated the corrections already.

    Have a nice day!

    Be out from blogging in a week or more for a holiday in Singapore! Hope to be back soon. I have scheduled some of my posts for automatic posting and hope it works.

    Yours,

    Amity

  5. Tacy says:

    Oh, and thanks for the websites! They’re all okay. 😀

  6. Tacy says:

    How do I enter?

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Tacy,
      Sometime around February 1st, Mr. Harrison will post the word of the month. Once he does that, you have most of February to write a poem using the word. It can be in the poem. The poem can be about it. Like that. Once you’re happy with your poem, you post it in the comments. I think that students have to have a permission slip of some kind. The students that entered this month entered through their teachers. So . . . you may want to let your English/Reading teacher know about this site ASAP so he/she can check it out. I’m not sure if you can enter as a student without permission. Have your mom check the site out. Click on the Word of the Month for Students tab. Have fun.

  7. Tacy says:

    Okay, I will check back next month. 😀 Thanks for everything, Yousei!

  8. Tacy says:

    Is it too late to enter? Oh… it’s just his students, right? Well, I will still go vote. L8r!

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Tacy,
      Unfortunately the contest has ended for this month. However, it is for anyone! Be sure and read the information on how to enter. It is a little bit more involved for students. I already mentioned your interest to hime, and I expect to see a poem from you entered next month!!! Glad you stopped by. 😀

  9. davidlharrison says:

    Hi Yousei,

    Many thanks for telling friends about the Word of the Month Poetry Challenge. In January we’ve enjoyed the most poems we’ve ever received and there are real jewels among them. I hope that February will bring even more.

    David

    • Yousei Hime says:

      David,
      You’re quite welcome! I agree there are some real gems in the entries for January. I had a terrible time trying to decide on one. 😦 Can we have two votes? I’m hoping a few blog friends will go read now and participate next month. I’ll be sure and post February’s prompt when the time comes. 😉

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