This time, for the Name That Abstract #10, there were 16 submitted names. Two of them tied for the top, which means that the new poetry challenge will be your choice of a poem titled either Garden of Eden, name submitted by Bird, or Van Gogh Sneeze, name submitted by Norm. Awesome names, among many awesome ones submitted! Thanks to all who played along!
The rules for the poetry challenge are to submit your poems in the comments below. Voting is done by clicking on the thumbs up above your favorite(s). You may enter as many poems as you’d like, but please enter each one in a separate comment for voting purposes. You will have until Saturday at noon U.S. Central time to submit your poems, and at that time entries will be closed for voting only. The new winner will be announced next Wednesday at noon.
I know that things were slightly off on the days this last week…sorry about that. Had to alter them for some things going on in my world. I hope to see lots of poems submitted! You have 2 names to choose from…or write a poem with each title if you prefer! 🙂
I usually have a poem to add myself at this time too, but because I’m not feeling well, I haven’t written any. Will try to come back and add one later on though. 🙂
(Editing) It’s taken me awhile, but I’m back to add a poem of my own to this now. 🙂 It’s Wednesday, 8/8, and just a few hours away from announcing the winners of this week’s challenges. See you then!
Van Gogh Sneeze
I wonder what happened when Vincent Van Gogh
Was forced to give way to a sneeze…oh no!
Perhaps beautiful colors, so bright and so bold
Sprayed forth from the depths of a horrid head cold
An artist must be that, whatever may come
Or so I suppose, it has been true for some
If ever an artist, his art could just breathe
Van Gogh would be one, I most surely believe.