Winner Chosen: The Fibonacci Poetry Challenge


Big thank you, to all that entered “The Fibonacci Poetry Challenge.”

Each piece of poetry submitted is beautiful. But I have to choose one.

Congratulations to Sarah Whiley, and her fib poetry “Warbling.” She has won an opportunity of having her poem in my “eBook…Bird on Wire, and becomes the owner of one of my designer coffee mugs with an Urban Poetry Logo and Quote.

Warbling by Sarah Whiley

I
hear
warbling
from your perch
high above the ground
using slang, I don’t understand

By Sarah Whiley©2017

"Inspiration in a Cup" Coffee Mug

Hop over to Sarah’s blog and congratulate her, for a job well done.

If you are interested in a designer coffee mug for yourself, you can purchase one from my shop here… http://www.urbanpoetryshop.com/

Again thank you to all who participated in the last poetry challenge, I will be posting one tomorrow. So stay tuned, stay well!

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Linda J. Wolff is an interurban word spinner and extrovert through many coffee-stained paper and owned by Rookie the hyperactive Pomeranian dog at Urban Poetry. ...Join her quest to capture the real souls of all humanitarians across the Universe through digital art and poetry. ...As a teacher of life, she'll offer encouraging tips for growing your blog through social graces and internet marketing.

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