Prose Poetry  January 5, 2008 - February 10, 2008

Reading and Deliberating

Details

Prose poetry is poetry without any enjambment (line breaks), so it does not really have any verse. Most writers and poets consider verse and enjambment the deepest and most profound difference between poetry and prose. Prose poetry is an attempt to bring together both styles of writing; it looks like a written paragraph, but at the same time the writing is intensely poetic in order to make up for the lack of enjambment. Your writing may be of any subject as long as it is written as prose poetry.

Prizes

$0.00, A nice little icon.

Awards

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Todd
Todd
Philadelphia, PA

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1 Contestant
1 Submissions
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Created Jan 5, 2008

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Rules

  • Any WritersCafe.org Member can Submit
  • Only Poetry can be Submitted
  • Only these Genres Can be Submitted:
    • Prose Poems
  • Each Contestant May Submit 1 Piece of Writing
  • Writing may be submitted 1/5/2008 - 2/10/2008
  • Winners will be decided by User Votes

Disclaimer

Todd is solely responsible for the content of this contest, including all promised prizes. Take any promises of large monetary awards with a grain of salt. Contact Todd if you have any further questions.