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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!

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.

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

Happy writing!