Tribute to the quills:The Whatever Contest
"The Quill Awards" On WDC are a challenge for you and me
We hone our writing as good as can be for readers joy, you see
Show don’t tell is the story writers want and write with no wreckage
Show the action is so true to write a story readers view
Characters, scenes, and environment is written the readers are smitten
As the story successfully unfolds it may make the quills the truth be told
Readers vote with intentions to get the item to the quills mentioned
Honorable mention is quite a treat making the quills can’t be beat
No matter what your item's about having it nominated you can shout
If you place high in the judging members here aren’t begrudging
Congratulations to all the winners now it’s time for more quill diners
Taking in the words as readers indulge it’s a banquet plot divulged
Read and write at your best
The quills show off your writing no less
Write with might for readers delight
Open Prompt: Write a poem 15 lines or less, Structured or Free Verse, on the topic of your choosing.
Written for "The Whatever Contest." "The Whatever Contest"
Word 155/Line Count: 15
847 characters, 155 words. Readability level: 11-12th grade student.