A tonne of entries, a further tonne of other blog mentions...Darby Speaks readers really ROCK!
Thanks to ALL for participating!
And if you are (sadly) not the winner this week...despair not! National Poetry Month [NaPoMo] continues, and so do the tributes to Canadian poets here on Darby Speaks. Tune into tomorrow's blog posting to find out about our NEW contest...
I'll give you a hint. This contest DOES involve a very short poetic form -- haiku. And it DOES NOT involve skateboards. But you'll have to wait until tomorrow for the details, because ...
...now it's time to announce this week's winner.
But first -- the winning limerick:
You don't know how it feels, 'Til you've skimmed along on four wheels. Rollin' along, Singing your song, On your board wearing shoes with no heels.
It's funny that this one was the one that Maurice swept out of the hat with his paw, because I think it may have been the only skateboard limerick entered that didn't involve Serious Injury.
The winner is DA!
DA wins a signed copy of A WALK THROUGH A WINDOW and also, in honour of poetry week, a signed (I hope...!) copy of Bernice Lever's amazing book NEVER A STRAIGHT LINE. Bernice is an author and poet who lives on Bowen Island, and if kc can corner her, we'll make sure we get a signature before your books get sent out, DA.
Make sure you drop kc at line (with your mailing address) at kcdyer at telus dot net.
Remember to check in here tomorrow for the details of next week's contest.