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Past Winners PoetrySPOOKS POETRY CONTEST – RESULTS

As usual we had some excellent entries to our spooky poetry competition which called for poems to peer beyond the veil!  Due to the diversity of subject matter, picking a winner proved to be particularly difficult, but eventually a short list of 4 poems was selected.

These were:

Might Be Murder

Malice Through The Looking Glass

All Hallow’s Morn

A Song Of All Hallow’s Morn

Any one of these would have made a worthy winner, but of course there can only be one at the top and this went to All Hallow’s Morn by Laurie Clayton for the simple reason it tied in so tightly to the Halloween theme.  For the same reason A Song Of All Hallow’s Moon by Valerie Robinson was a close runner up while Might Be Murder and Malice Through The Looking Glass, both by Mary Cook would be prime candidates for a more literary contest.

Well done to everyone who entered.  Take a look at the winning poem here:
ALL HALLOW’S MORN

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