Sharing some success

Excitement–I’m a runner up in Thynks competition for poems on angels–British publication. One first prize winner and then a list of runners up–I’m about six down in a longish list so, not so bad!
RESULTS OF THE SONGS  OF ANGELS POETRY COMPETITION:

  1st PRIZE – Silhouette in Sandstone by David Paterson,
… Runners-Up: No Limit to What You Can Do! by Arthur Carr, Insomnia Of An Angel by Chris Botragyi, An Assembly of Angels by Diana Brodie, Nomadic Village by Diane E Cockburn, Intuition by Dominic Munton, Ubi aves ibi angeli by Gillian Rathbone, Unfit for purpose: the frustration of a soul by Helen Laycock, Great East Window, Gloucester Cathedral by Janice Fox, Voices in the fog by Joan Leotta, Saint Egg’s Holy Day Revival by John Gallas, October 2012 – for Dora by John Taylor, Waiting for the whale… by John Taylor, Nailing Things to Snow by Jon Plunkett, Angel’s Songs by June Drake, Silver Harps by L A Wilcox, A Murmur of Souls by Leland James,Into the Mist by Leland James, Gifts by Mary Chapman, Amazing Maizie by Mike Johnson,Superstringzing by Mike Johnson, Fusion by Naomi Richardson, Angel Baby by Nichola Feltham, Missed Carriage by Nichola Feltham, They Came by Pamela Harvey, Angels by Panayiotis Vyras,  My God Waits For Me by Rose Servitova, Surrender by Rose Servitova, Awakening by Rosemary Graham, Spirits by Siobhan Bicker, Look Left by Susan Wickham, The White Feather by Wendy Hall, It’s Good to Love by Yvonne Green, Sisters by Yvonne Green, There Should be a Song by Yvonne Green, Song by Zuhre Aziz

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2 responses to “Sharing some success

  1. Congrats, Joan! Where can I read your poem?

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  2. Congratulations, Joan! You’re fantastic!

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