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A new Life & Death 10-lines monthly poetry contest!

The rules are simple:

  1. Write a poem for the subject ‘Life & Death’
  2. Maximum number or lines: 10 lines. Ten. Not eleven.
  3. A line may contain a ‘normal’ number of characters, i.e. ~80.
  4. Try to be poetic. Even the slightest honest effort to do so, will gravely improve your work. And remember. Don’t try to imitate a poet. Just think of life and death. And be one!
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Send your poem here as a comment, or via email at skakos@hotmail.com or at harmonia-philosophica@hotmail.com. Remember to also send your contact details (these details will not be shared with anyone, they will be used only for the voting stage – see below).

All poems will be published at this page.

A separate voting stage will follow: All participants will vote for the best poem. You are not allowed to vote for your own poem.

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Winner will get nothing. Except the public acknowledgment that he or she won the contest.

Happy writing!

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