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MMPoetry 2013 March Madness Poetry Competition Continues.

March 17, 2013

HEY.  I didn’t make it thru the first round.  Defeated by the honorable Josh J. Close…guess what?
The vote wasn’t even close.  He made great use of his poem to emphasize his word.
Be looking to the future world of picture books to reveal a sneaky worm character named Meretrick.
MEANWHILE go to to see all the wonderful Round Two entries from the survivng authletes.

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  1. March 19, 2013 9:30 pm

    Thank you Damon! It was nice to meet you! I will be sure to take your advice and make a story out of Meretrick! Hope to see you again in the competition next year!

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