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First, all the Bards would like to take this chance to tell Poet Share members what talent they have. It is hard to narrow between so many wonderful poets and poems down to just three. Were there a way, we would love to give our awards to everyone because everyone deserves an award..

These are our choices for this quarter of 2010..

for the Honorable Poem Award.. ..
we choose Ebonfire for her poem
by Daniel - Comments: 1 - Views: 940

Week 36: Ends 12/1/10
Lest We Forget

"We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender"
- Winston Churchill
Please dedicate a little of your poetic minds to remembering the '11th November 1918' but not only that day but the end of WWII and the wars that came after and the war that continues. May our troops return and may the world find some solace and peace from war one day soon.
by ApocalypticJay - Comments: 0 - Views: 346

Week 35: Ends 11/17/10
With Change In Mind

Politicians, celebrities, the man on the street--everyone seems to be talking about "Change" these days. We've heard it from one side or the other for years. This week, write a poem about what "Change" means to you. What kind of changes would you make to the world, your life, society, or the nature of mankind? Stretch your mind and dig deep for this one!
by Jamie - Comments: 0 - Views: 357

Week 34: Ends 11/10/10

It's Not Only Halloween!

While USA goes batty (pun) with Halloween celebrations, what "other" events do you celebrate and have fun with in October?
Be creative and have fun writing.

Our Weekly Featured Poem: click here to read Mothers Day by lokismischief
by Harklight - Comments: 0 - Views: 365

Weekly Prompt: Week 33: Ends 11/4/10
Haunted House!

As spirits roam the neighbourhoods at night,
Let loose upon the Earth till it be light...
~Nicholas Gordon
As a child there is always that haunted house on every street at Halloween which nobody wants to knock on the door of but always curiousty wins out (or a dare from a friend), remember back when you were a child;
the rushing heart, dry mouth, howling moons, crooked trees...
write a poem about your first and last steps to the haunted house and what's behind the door!!!!
by ApocalypticJay - Comments: 0 - Views: 439

Don't forget to try the Poet Scare Competition!!
Week 32: Ends 10/27/10
Impractical Jokes

On Halloween, many people like to set up scary situations, spooky sounds, moving scarecrows, and more, in order to scare the dickens out of people, be it trick-or-treating children, or partying adults. Sometimes, however, these things can backfire. Write a poem about one of these practical jokes going horribly, horribly wrong!


This week's Weekly Featured Poem is
by Jamie - Comments: 0 - Views: 489

Week 31: Ends 10/20/10

Write a poem from the perspective of an animal; anything from an Elephant, Horse, the family dog, an insect to an endangered species. Title it, "People."

Be creative and have fun writing!

Weekly Featured Poem is "Serenade of Want" by ebonfire
by Harklight - Comments: 0 - Views: 297

Week 30: Ends 10/13/10

"I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality... I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word."
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Although the words of this great man have brought us a long way and opened many eyes over many centuries now, today racism and war tragically curse the world, even the streets where we live, still. This week I would...
by ApocalypticJay - Comments: 0 - Views: 500

Week 29: Ends 10/6/10
Week 29: Ends 10/6/10

This week your creativity can make us laugh, cry, sigh - any or all of these. Imagine life takes a sudden spin while you sleep. Your day begins topsy-turvy and everything you knew as usual is now "contrary". For eg: left is right, up is down, tomorrow is yesterday: it's your choice. Write about the chaos (or fun) this causes.
Be creative and have fun writing!

Our Weekly Featured Poem is
by Harklight - Comments: 0 - Views: 314

Plus New Brain Box Words and WFP!!
Since we do Limericks as a prompt a few times a year, we decided to make it an occasion! Here's your prompt:

Week 28: Ends 9/29

It's time for you to render the readers speechless with your Limericks once again!! And this time, we've got a special prize going out to someone who enters this week's Limerick Prompt: the Limerick Badge! The Admin Team will decide who wins this special badge, so you're going to have to be pretty creative and impress us!! Good luck and have fun!!
by Jamie - Comments: 0 - Views: 454

Week 27: Ends 09/22
A Matter Of Perspective

This week, something to stretch your imagination a bit. Write from the perspective of an inanimate object from any fairy tale or children's story. Are you Cinderella's glass slipper, tired of smelly feet? Perhaps you're a bowl of porridge, the white rabbit's watch, an oar from the boat in "The Owl and the Pussycat." There is no shortage of choices for you this week. Have fun and be creative!!

This Week's Featured Poem is
by Jamie - Comments: 0 - Views: 299

Week 26: ends 09/15/10

This week, write a Septolet. This poetry form associates one word with another, in a single theme, using a set syllable pattern to create the poem’s rhythm. Written in seven lines, the pattern is 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1 syllables per line, respectively.
Be creative and have fun!

Our Weekly Featured Poem is "Flightless" by...
by Harklight - Comments: 0 - Views: 360

Child's Eyes
Week 25: Ends 09/08/2010

Through a very young child's eyes, write a poem about your first walk through the house or yard. Really imagine the experience and sensory changes.
Have fun and be creative!

This week's Featured Poem is "Refraining From Pissing On Ashes" by Jamie
by Harklight - Comments: 0 - Views: 381

Week 24: Ends 09/01/10
"No notice is taken of a little evil, but when it increases it strikes the eye."
Show your depth in the realms of Hades and Satanic evils: Vampires, Demons, The Devil, War even Politics.
The content can be anything you like as long as the theme is the evil from the depth of

Make it dark and have fun with it!

by ApocalypticJay - Comments: 0 - Views: 300

The new Weekly Prompt:

Week 23: Ends 8/25/2010

This week we really want you to use your imagination. Write a poem about a new invention you've come up with that you think people simply must have. Have fun and be creative!!

Click here to read our Weekly Featured Poem: One Cannot Push A River by Stevenson
by Jamie - Comments: 0 - Views: 307

Week 22: Ends 8/18/2010
We all perceive events and things slightly, or entirely, differently.
Write about doing an ordinary thing in an extraordinary way, or seeing one. You may think it's funny or sad but write it as you see - it's your story.
Be imaginative and have fun!

Our Weekly Featured Poem is "The...
by Harklight - Comments: 0 - Views: 346

Fear and Regret

Week 21: Ends 8/11/10

"The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one."
Elbert Hubbard

We all shelter regrets and fear we may make another one,
mistakes that haunt our past hinder our future.
I ask you to be as honest as you can in expressing a piece of poetry that reflects
on a time you either deeply regret or has kept you from persuing something for fear.

Please do not use the words And, But and Because in your poem!
by ApocalypticJay - Comments: 0 - Views: 337

See Poet Share’s June 30, 2010 winners
Results! Poet Share’s Bi-Annual Contest: June 30, 2010
We appreciate everyone who participated in the contest,
with your outstanding poetry nominations and Poll votes.

Congratulations to each of the winners!!
They will receive a special Badge, 5 karma points, and 50 Fun Points.
Winning poems will be stickied at the top of their respective...
by Harklight - Comments: 1 - Views: 463

Here's your new weekly prompt:

Movie Title Acrostic
Week 20: Ends 8/4/2010

Take the title of a movie and use that to write an acrostic poem that describes something about the movie itself--it could be plot, theme, costumes, whatever you like as long as it relates to the movie.

This week's Weekly Featured Poem is Tatooed...
by Jamie - Comments: 0 - Views: 393

Stormy Night!
Week 19: Ends 7/28/10

An owl screeches. The night turns dark and stormy.
You are alone and then ...

Remember to have fun and be creative!

This Week's Featured Poem is "little gods of insolence" by silverhenge

Please remember to vote in PS' Bi-Annual Contest.
by Harklight - Comments: 0 - Views: 336
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