Voting on Social Change

It has been amazing to check out all the poetry inspired this week by Tamara’s prompt of social change. Have you been reading your fellow poets? Well, now’s your chance!

Check them out and vote on your favorite. Voting will last until midnight tonight and the community favorite will be featured on the site tomorrow at 10 am EST.

Thank you for participating and we’ll see you next Monday for a new prompt!

In the meantime, consider submitting to our anthology, which is open and accepting submissions now.


 

Free Thinking Door by Faycin A Croud

Something’s wrong…terribly wrong by Francisco

Next Time by Tempest Rose

When Will People Learn by A.C. Elliot

Nameless faces! by The Ranting Crow

The Drowning Man by Jaklumen

No thanks to you media by Staci Lys Dunn Silva

Only Way Out by Twindaddy

Just dump it! by Serins

Comes A Reckoning by Mark Schutter


 

Make sure you share the poetry and voting with your friends!

 

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9 thoughts on “Voting on Social Change

  1. They were all excellent. It was very difficult to make a choice. I did not vote for Faycin A Croud’s poem because she is a fellow Poetry of the Netherworld teammate, and I didn’t think it would be fair for me to do so. Her poem is excellent, however–they all were!
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  2. Reblogged this on The Netherworld and commented:
    The poems were all excellent. It was very difficult to make a choice. I did not vote for Faycin A Croud’s poem because she is a fellow Poetry of the Netherworld teammate, and I didn’t think it would be fair for me to do so. Her poem is excellent, however–they all were!
    poetryofthenetherworld.blogspot.com

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