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How to Up Your Chances of Winning Poetry Contests (Popularity: )
With so many poetry contests available both online and in poetry journals, you don’t have to look too hard to find one that suits your writing style and your wallet. While some poetry contests are free to enter, they may not have a great prize in return. On the other hand, some poetry contests that charge you ten or fifteen dollars to enter do not really offer you a lot ...

Who Wrote The Most Famous Love Poem (Popularity: )
The Most Famous Love Poem Love poems have been written for centuries to inspire lovers and create romance. When you give your special someone a love poem, you can express your feelings through eloquent words in a memorable way. Many famous love poems are written by classical poets, such as Lord Byron, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and Shakespeare. But a famous love poem by a modern poet may appeal to a younger ...

Australian Bush Poetry Is Alive And Well (Popularity: )
After many years of taking a spell from the minds of many Australians, Bush Poetry is once again making a resurgence and becoming popular again. Australian Bush Poetry has been around since the European settlement of Australia. Poetry was written by farmers, squatters, drovers, shearers, horsemen and a myriad of other everyday people. If we look back through history, the bush poetry that has survived, and there has been plenty of it, ...

Who Wrote the Best Love Poem? (Popularity: )
Who Wrote the Best Love Poem? Love poems have long been a way for men and women to express their feelings for one another in a unique and romantic way. They range from structured, formal works such as those by William Shakespeare to free verse works by modern greats such as e.e. cummings. But of all the love poems ever written, who wrote the best love poem ever? Of course this question ...