Friday, April 24, 2015

Winners of the Celebrations Anthology and Poetry Friday







I have a haiku for Poetry Friday today. I hope you enjoy it.


an efflorescence
bursting, flourishing, growing
my flower gardens


Random.Org picked three winners of The Poetry Friday Anthology.

DRUMROLL, PLEASE!

Pamela Courtney


Joanna Marple

Catherine Johnson

Congratulations. WAHOOO!

Y'all send me your addresses and I will ship you a Teacher/Librarian edition along with a Student edition.



36 comments:

  1. Congratulations to the winners!
    No flower garden, but my lawn has burst back to life.

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    1. Alex, and that means it's time to mow. *groan*

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  2. love your poems!! My trees are budding, but some died during winter. boo.

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    1. Aw, Beth, bummer. We planted new trees this spring. We're members of Arbor Day Foundation. This year we ordered some trees for the farm. xo

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  3. You already know I love that haiku and thanks so much for the book. Wow I've been dying to read that but I've already blown my book buying budget this month. Look I'm even pretending I have a monthly budget. I checked in my records and I put orders in two at a time each month since last November :) I'm so glad you get in your garden. The only thing I do in mine is jump on the trampoline ;) Thanks!

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  4. Congratulations to Pamela, Joanna, and Catherine! And a lovely weekend to you, Robyn! xoxo

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  5. hi Robyn - lucky threesome - awesome to win - they'll be having happy weekends.

    Everything is starting to burst here .. we need some rain - but looks like it's coming this weekend ... flower beds are gorgeous to look at .. cheers Hilary

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  6. Hi Robyn,
    Good to be here again
    Well versed poem
    yes, I enjoyed reading it
    Keep writing
    Best Regards
    ~ Philip Ariel

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  7. Enjoyed your haiku, Robyn. Congratulations to the winners of the book!

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  8. Yay! Pamela, Joanna, and Catherine for being the fortunate winners! And Robyn, your haiku is full of life. Hugs, your cuz. :-)

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  9. I'm a bad poet
    Thanks for visiting my blog
    I murder haiku :)

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  10. Stopping by from the #atozchallenge 2015! Thanks for visiting me. Congratulations on making it past the first half of the challenge.
    Great post. I'm following you on your listed social media sites.
    J @JLenniDorner

    Good one. And congratulations to your winners.

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  11. Beautiful haiku. I miss my garden. Thanks so much for the wonderful anthology.

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  12. AWESOME SAUCE!! Thank you so much. I am grinning so big and wide right now!!

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    1. Made doubly nice because your work is in there. This is going to be such an excellent resource.What makes it so special for me right no?, I'm incorporating a Writing Lab this summer with my young group. I LOVE THIS!

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    2. Okay, last comment, I promise. I adore the picture you paint with your poem. Oh if these words could be used to describe our yard. Beautiful image, Robyn

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  13. Beautiful haiki and congrats to the winners.

    Have a great weekend.

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  14. Wow, you've really got a native talent for Haiku, Robyn! Well done :-)

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    1. Congratulations to the winners. They are so lucky. I really did enjoy reading the haiku a lot. Great job, Robyn.

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  16. My spring flowers are all bloomed and they are so beautiful after such a long winter.

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  17. My spring flowers are all bloomed and they are so beautiful after such a long winter.

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  18. This is marvelous. I like "efflorescence". :D

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  19. Love the haiku! You are my poetry hero, amigo. :) You should teach a class. For real. Congrats to the winners!

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  20. Love the bursting joy of your haiku. :)

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  21. I love your haiku pieces, Robyn!
    *waving in a daze from the A to Z Challenge*

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  22. I love your haiku! It's beautiful and full of spring. :)

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  23. Fortunately still be sipped bitter . At least we can measure it as what it's sweet .

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  24. Banned complain !! Complaining only causes life and mind become more severe. Enjoy the rhythm of the problems faced. No matter ga life, not a problem not learn, so enjoy it :)

    Obat Kulit Bersih
    Obat Pilek Menahun
    Obat Alami Batu Empedu
    Obat Lupus
    Obat Ginjal Bocor
    Obat Infeksi Lambung
    Penanganan TBC Kelenjar
    Obat Gatal Bibir Vagina
    Cara Menghilangkan Infeksi Jantung
    Obat Penyakit Jantung
    Obat Herbal

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