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  1. theoriginalmonsterman

    theoriginalmonsterman Pickle Contest Administrator Contributor

    Dec 3, 2014
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    Past Contest Poetry Contest #270 -- Theme: "Holidays/Winter"

    Discussion in 'Bi-Weekly Poetry Contest' started by theoriginalmonsterman, Dec 6, 2015.

    This contest’s theme is going to be "Holidays/Winter" so in other words you can create a poem about any holiday around this time of year such as Christmas, Hanukkah, or New Years Eve (you get the point); but you can also create a poem about winter as well! With that being said feel free to interpret the theme in any way you want, but please make sure your poem does include the theme in some way.

    All entries are due by 11:59 PM Eastern Time (ET) on Saturday, December 26th. All entries should be posted directly in this thread. Replies will be anonymized by the anonymizer system, and they will be de-anonymized once voting ends. Keep in mind that you're responsible for making sure the formatting of your poem is correct.

    As a reminder to some of you newer members, this thread is specifically just for poem entries only. If you want to discuss your opinions on the poems you can do that on the corresponding voting thread which will be up once this thread is closed.

    Good luck to everyone who enters in the contest, and happy holidays as well! :friend:
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2015
  2. Wowzie

    Wowzie Member

    Jan 18, 2014
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    Widowed and blind, she fell in the brook
    Old not unkind, the water mistook
    A frog for a log, a lady for a crook
    And floated her on
    In laughter and merriment
    Down the brook
    To a land so divine, all halos and wine
    She said, Laugh and be Merry
    Have a splendid good time
    Up ahead, cold and blue
    The water waits for you

    It sent her along, with a bag and a shoe
    A frog and a log and bucket of stew
    High on the shore a goat and a boar
    Drank coke and blew glue
    A splendid relief
    For the wintertime blues
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