31 Votes

It has been so awesome to read all the poetry inspired this week by 31 Lines prompt. Was it hard for you to limit (or extend in some cases) your poetry? For those of you who love the classic forms, how difficult was it to break out of that?

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 magazine, which is open and accepting submissions now. Or to our anthology for the theme of Back to Our Roots!

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Scattered by Ranting Crow

Reflections by A.C. Elliott

Her Innocence Remains by CShowers

You Inspire Me by Staci Lys Dynn Silva

Thirty-One by Sadie

Ever Shifting Skies by Ann Bagnall

Desperate by Mark Schutter

We’re all hypocrites by Franz


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

 

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