Nominate your pick for Editors' Choice




[04 Nov] - Nominate your pick for Editors' Choice

 

Hi everyone,

 

For the next month, we would like to be receiving from you your personal picks as to the texts you would like to see featured on the Home page of PoetBay.  They can be recent or old texts that were posted on the site (2005 to 2014) - you decide!

 

If you would like to nominate a favorite that you think should be featured on our Home page for the whole community to discover and enjoy, you can either let us know in the comments below or send us a PM.

 

On 5 December, we will make our pick from your nominations!

 

Sincerely,

 

Isabelle & Anna & Tanya

 





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Written on 2014-11-24 at 15:30

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Rik The PoetBay support member heart!
OK I have missed the boat this time but just wanted to say what a great idea. Some wonderful poems nominated too. Hopefully will catch the next one.
2014-12-07


Jalaj Soni
Departure - Christian Lanciai
2014-11-30



I would like to nominate the sigh of old age by Bob.

and

Blistering White Sheets by William Stewart


(I hope it's ok to nominate two)

Ashe
2014-11-17


shells
I would like to nominate "A Leaf in the Shape of a Tree" by William Stewart, I love the title and of course the rest of it!
2014-11-15


NicholasG
I would also nominate Elle's "It is only Love" from 2009-05-19
( text 63616)
2014-11-14


NicholasG
I'm with Elle! Absolutely.
2014-11-14


josephus The PoetBay support member heart!
I would highly recommend "If You Would Look For Me" by Countryfog.
2014-11-07


Elle The PoetBay support member heart!
Just about everything from Peter Humphreys - if not everything
2014-11-04


ken d williams The PoetBay support member heart!
Nine months , written by Leovinus. On my page due to Leovinus had forgot his details of his membership. An exulant , well copost poem. very powerful. Read and find why I have recomended the work , thank you.
Ken
2014-11-04



I'd like to nominate this poem:

An Old Grump Sees the Sun Rise by Lawrence Beck.

for Editors' Choice.
2014-11-04