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Sep 9, 2008

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE DIAMOND POEM!


UPDATE:
Voting has been disabled. The winner will be posted today, Saturday, September 13th.

In my recent post, "Poetry Challenge: Diamond Poetry," I invited my visitors to exercise their poetic prowess. I received some wonderful submissions and before I can reward one these poets with a $10.00 Gift Card, I need YOU to cast your vote.

Here are the simple rules for voting...

  • You may not vote for you own poem. (This will make the results more interesting.)
  • Quickly review the example and the Diamond Poetry instructions— two posts down.
  • Choose the poem that inspires you most and closely follows the instructions.
  • Vote for only ONE poem.
  • Then, in the "Comments" section of this post, give the # of the poem that you have selected.
  • The deadline for voting is Friday, September 12th at Midnight PST. The winner will be posted the following day.
Example by KJ
Summer
Torrid, Humid
Lounging, Sipping, Napping
Shades, Sundress — Sweater, Scarf
Raking, Piling, Leaping
Windy, Dry
Autumn


1. Beverly wrote...
Spring
Colorful, Pretty

Blooming, Renewing, Refreshing

Flowers, Bunnies - Leaves, Pumpkins

Raking, Baking, Carving

Chilly, Frosty

Autumn


2. kari and kijsa wrote... (kari)
Leaves
Verdant, effervescent

Bursting, burgeoning, maturing

Life, voyage, journey, chapter

Trumpeting, spiraling, swirling

Stark, empty

Branches


3. kari and kijsa wrote... (kijsa)
pumpkins
orange, smooth

seeding, cutting, carving

eyes, nose - seeds, fruit

mixing, stirring, patting

oven, plate

pie


4. CIELO wrote...
Autumn
Magical, mellow

Reaping, dreaming, nestling

Leaves, haze -- daffodils, birds

Planting, dancing, singing

Luminous, limpid

Spring


5. ShabbyInTheCity wrote...
Hayride
itchy, kissy

bumping, laughing, flirting,

Autumn, Halloween, Christmas, Winter,

bundling, singing, celebrating,

snowy, jingly,

Sleighride

6. Mary Isabella and Kiley too! wrote...
pumpkins
orange, round
tricking, treating, baking,
jack-o-latern, halloween, pie, Thanksgiving,
snowing, falling, freezing

cold, frosty

snowballs

18 comments:

  1. From Briana (who does not have a blog)

    No. 2

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  2. Okay- is this fair? I want to vote for kari (#2)-
    Teehee- loved this-

    blessings,
    kijsa

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  3. Hard to choose and I'll give runner-up to Kijsa for "oven, plate, pie" but I think I'll choose Mary Isabella's! Maybe she'll take me to Starbucks ;)

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  4. They're all wonderful! I'll cast my vote for #5. ::Jill

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  5. I accidentally published before I was finished commenting. I think they all were so good. This was a fun thing to do and I thank-you for hosting it. I send my blessings and hugs...m..

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  6. Hard to choose - wonderful poems! - but I vote for #2!

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  7. KJ, I loved your comment on my post and the very wise poem you wrote in the 6th grade. Thank you for sharing a little of your past.

    I did write a diamond poem but didn't think is was very good so I didn't write in on your post. Such is life.
    I will vote though.

    My sister came over today and wanted a cup of the tea you gave me.. She read my post and nothing else would do. she made the tea and we enjoyed a cup together. She loved it.

    I vote for Beverly #1

    Hugs, Jeanne

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  8. Those are all so wonderful!! I've never heard of the diamond poem before (I'm always learning here KJ!) I had a hard time choosing, but think I'm gonna have to pick the one by ShabbyintheCity.
    Smiles, Karen

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  9. Hi KJ,
    I vote for #3, although they are all good.
    Rosemary

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  10. Hi Kj..

    I would like to vote for
    Kari No. 2 It was hard to choose, but the words to Kari's I could relate too!!

    Hugz Lorie

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  11. Okay...seriously...kijsa went over here and didn't tell me...now to make it even I want to vote for her (although I would vote for all of them if I could)...great contest and each poem is truly special!

    BTW...Whitney called and I told her about the contest. She THOUGHT she knew what a diamond poem was (she was a journalism major in college) until I started using words like "participle" and then she was speechless (which is VERY rare for her)! LOL!

    Have a blessed and wonderful day!

    smiles, kari

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  12. This was hard! They were all so clever and creative... but I vote for #5.
    Nancy

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  13. I vote for #4.

    I liked the words used and the hope of Spring after the Winter.

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  14. Hello KJ, just stopped in to say hello today. Have a good one.

    Hugs...Jeanne

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  15. Great idea...my vote goes to...
    Mary Isabella and Kiley too!

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  16. Hard to choose I'll vote for #3 They all are great! Denise

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