I have become increasingly impressed with the quality of talent that I see out there every day in the online blog world so today I am offering a challenge and a “featured” reward to those who write (as in almost every single one of you, lol). THE CHALLENGE: Write a poem, your own creative version of Unrequited Love (When it comes to Love, nothing is sadder or more potentially tragic than to have your love not returned by the one whom you love).
A few days ago, on the first day of September, I wrote of a (pretend) conversation going on in my head between my “muse” and my “imagination”. It was for fun and included two poems, each written from their varying perspectives. The “muse” – from a female gender perspective and “imagination” – a male gender perspective (hey, don’t read anything into the gender thing going on there. Well okay, read a little something into it if you want to – lol)
Since I wrote these two poems however I’ve been uncomfortable because I tried to write each poem from those (mythical) perspectives. So today with both my muse and my imagination working together I am in a full and completely creative mode. My challenge … to surpass the two short poems written previously on Unrequited Love,
Your Challenge, should you choose to accept, is to send me your own creative version of Unrequited Love. Email all entries to firstname.lastname@example.org. This can be a poem you’ve already written or something new, The challenge will stay open until September 14th, The winning entries will be featured a few days later here on my blog with attached short bio’s about each of the writers and of course a link to their blog! So come on all of you, show me your stuff!
But first my offering in this challenge of creativity:
all I was,
all I thought,
all I tasted, all I felt,
all I dreamed.
the essence of you
I lay broken
splinters of time,
Our dreams of love,
a broken soul,
Okay, now it’s your turn, once again submit your entries (yes, you may submit more than one) to: email@example.com final deadline is Midnight -September 14th, 2012