The Madness Poetry Tournament continues over at Ed DeCaria’s blog – but I am sane again.😛 I was knocked out of the tournament in Round Four, and seem to have spent the last 36hrs fighting sleep. (Five hours sleep per night isn’t enough for me. Who knew? Who knew sustained suspense could take such a […]
Round Four. In truth, when Ed asked us at the start of the tournament where we thought we’d finish, I didn’t expect to make it this far. I think that may be why I’ve second-guessed every poem I started this round! I’ve written four… started more (!!!)… polished two. This is my first. I hope […]
Voting has started on Round Three of the March Madness poetry tournament, over at Ed DeCaria’s Think Kid, Think blog. The competition is fierce and beautiful. Two musical poems that both capture the essence of music. Whatever the outcome of today’s tightly contested poem, I’m so grateful to Ed and Allan, for pushing me to […]
Inspired by (and including) the word ‘fringe’ – my Round Two poem for Ed DeCaria’s Madness is in the voting ring. Less than 36hrs to cast your vote… http://www.thinkkidthink.com/6-fringe-vs-3-cursed That is all.
Quick update on the March Madness knock-out poetry tournament. I’m relieved and delighted to say that I made it through Round One of the March Madness – which was a tough battle against a great poem by Carol Wilc. I am now in the next ‘anxious wait’ period – waiting for my next word to be posted. […]
The March month of poetry Madness is well underway, over on Ed DeCaria’s ThinkKidThink blog. You really should visit, read and vote, because it’s a heap of fun! My Round One poem is now up – and the 36hr clock is ticking down… My word was ‘dotted’ – and being the lower seeded poet (seeds […]
After writing a poem a day for January, and a haiku a day for February, it most definitely IS madness to have put my name down for a poetry tournament in March – but silly, smart or otherwise, I’ve done it. And I’m sure it will be fun! You can read more about it at Ed […]