This was the week for voting, but our voting promises to be far less annoying than the midterm elections. This week’s prompt brought out some fantastic poetry and forced us to really face some of our biggest regrets and denials.
And guess what? The three votes are a permanent feature now.
So take a moment to read the work from others in your community and vote for your favorite three this week! The winner will be featured Sunday and be considered as a submission for the spring issue of the magazine.
Sophrosyne by Kirsten A. Piccini
Sacrifice by David Ellis
A Burning Denial by Shilyot
Regret is Not Knowing by Francisco
Left on the Table by Billygoat Gruff (in the comment section)
2 thoughts on “Voting Denial”
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Attention poetry lovers! You have until midnight EST tonight to vote on your favourite poems over at The Reverie. If you like my poem over there then vote like the dickens and use up your other two votes on my distinguished colleagues!
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