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Write Your Heart Out!
Write Your Heart Out!

Mon, Feb 19

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Write - In Submission

Write Your Heart Out!

Competition for poets, write your heart. this is a competition for your best love poem!

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Time & Location

Feb 19, 2024, 7:00 PM – Feb 26, 2024, 11:00 PM

Write - In Submission

About the event

Here's the deal: Open to ALL POETS craft your best love sonnet, limerick, prose, or free-style piece and submit it for a chance to win the grand prize. There's a $10 entry fee, but think of it as an investment in your art and a shot at some sweet cash.

So, if you've got a way with words and a heart full of love to express, this competition is tailor-made for you. Let your creativity run wild, pour your emotions onto the page, and show us what you've got.

Who knows, your poem could be the one to capture our hearts and snag that prize money. So, dust off those notebooks, unleash your inner bard, and let your poetry shine in this friendly competition. We can't wait to see what you come up with!

Rules:

Must be original work: Chat Gpt or plagiarized works will be disqualified.

Must submit by February 29, 2024. 11:59PM

One Typed Page Max.

Once you have paid the entry fee you will receive a confirmation email with the email address for submission.

Prize will be awarded March 26 2024 11:59PM via cashapp

Metrics:

To evaluate the poems submitted. Here is a breakdown of criteria and their point values:

Creativity and Originality (10 points): This metric assesses the uniqueness and innovation of the poem. Judges will look for fresh perspectives, inventive language, and creative approaches to the subject matter.

Poetic Language and Imagery (5 points): This criterion evaluates the quality of the language used in the poem, including the use of vivid imagery, metaphor, simile, and other poetic devices. Judges will consider the beauty and effectiveness of the language in conveying the poem's message.

Emotional Impact (5 points): Judges will assess how effectively the poem evokes emotions in the reader. Poems that elicit strong feelings, whether joy, sadness, anger, or nostalgia, are likely to score higher in this category.

Theme and Message (10 points): This criterion assesses the clarity and depth of the poem's theme or central message. Judges will look for poems that communicate a clear and compelling idea or explore a meaningful topic with insight and depth.

Technical Skill (10 points): This metric evaluates the poet's technical proficiency, including grammar, punctuation, spelling, and overall writing mechanics. Judges will consider the poet's ability to craft a polished and error-free poem.

Overall Impact (10 points): This category provides an overall assessment of the poem's effectiveness and appeal. Judges will consider how all the elements of the poem come together to create a powerful and memorable piece of writing.

By assigning point values to each of these criteria, judges can provide a comprehensive evaluation of each poem and determine the winners of the poetry competition based on a fair and systematic assessment.

Good Luck!

Tickets

  • Writer

    $10.00
    +$0.25 service fee

Total

$0.00

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