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Covid Poetry Competition!

 

There are NINE more days to enter this poetry competition! Get your idea down and send me something – there are lots of poem-writing ideas and prompts in the poetry craft blogs under this entry. Why not try one of those, with covid, any aspect of it, as your subject?

Please read the rules before sending your entry off!

The poems can be in any style, rhyming or non-rhyming, funny or serious.

You could write about Covid19 in metaphorical terms – as a tiger prowling the streets, perhaps.

Maybe you want to express how Covid19 makes you feel; what would you like to say to it?

How would you banish it, and where?

Maybe you’d like to write about how your days have changed, what you have been up to during your time with your family, the good things that have happened, things you have enjoyed about being home for an extended time. Think of the little details.

Your poems can be about anything to do with life as it is now.

RULES

Please read carefully!

PLEASE STATE YOUR:

NAME,

AGE,

EMAIL,

SCHOOL

and ADDRESS

on your entry which should all TYPED, no photos of poems, on ONE Word document, NOT in the body of the mail.

Do NOT send photos of written poems or Google documents or anything other than a Word or Pages document.

Send them in by June 15th to the email address under Contact in the menu above.

Do not post your poems online.

The wonderful Roger Stevens of PoetryZone is going to judge!

There are no age-brackets – the competition is open to young people in the UK up to the age of 13, and there will be book prizes, including the following:

Huge thanks to the most generous and lovely publishers that we have here in the UK – in alphabetical order, Bloomsbury, Hachette, Macmillan, Otter-Barry, and Troika who have donated the books.
In the first picture, Apes to Zebras, by me, Sue Hardy-Dawson and Roger Stevens (Bloomsbury),  Be the Change, The Same Inside by me, Matt Goodfellow and Roger Stevens, Reaching the Stars by me, Jan Dean and Michaela Morgan (all Macmillan), and A Kid in my Class by Rachel Rooney (Otter-Barry). In the second picture, If I Were Other Than Myself, by Sue Hardy-Dawson, This Rock, That Rock by Dom Conlon (both Troika), and Poems from a Green and Blue Planet, Edited by Sabrina Mahfouz (Hachette).

 

Author:

Poet, blogger and owner of Lola the alert dog. Be the Change, Apes to Zebras, The Same Inside, Reaching the Stars, Animal Magic. I visit schools, libraries, literary festivals, and organise poetry events. I give Zoom lessons on writing poetry for children. http://www.poetryroundabout.com http://www.lizbrownleepoet.com @Lizpoet

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