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Grammar.com
Right! Fixed now...

11 months ago

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Poetry.com
Count again...

11 months ago

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Poetry.com
Unfortunately, we are receiving plenty of requests for fee waivers for the contest, and can only grant approval for a maximum of 5 submissions. As a result, the likelihood of securing free submissions is limited. 

11 months ago

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Poetry.com
Once you submit your poem, you will have the opportunity to request a waiver of the entry fee by completing a form on your entry page. We are pleased to offer up to 5 complimentary submissions to writers facing financial constraints. 

11 months ago

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Lyrics.com
"The Way You Do the Things You Do" by The Temptations?

11 months ago

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Poetry.com
Good point, Robin -- I'd like to add that our aim is to ensure a fair and equitable experience for all participants. Allowing voters to read some of the poems before the others could potentially create an unfair advantage for those who submit their work first... 

12 months ago

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Poetry.com
So glad to hear that!

12 months ago

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Poetry.com
You're absolutely right, Dawn, there should be a more convenient way... I'm happy to inform you that we've added a new button on members' profile pages called 'Nominate'. By simply clicking on this button, you can easily submit one of your existing poems to the contest.

We hope this new feature enhances your experience and streamlines the submission process. Give it a try and let us know how it goes! Wishing you the best of luck with the contest!
 

12 months ago

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Poetry.com
Still there -- are you not seeing it at the bottom of your poems?

12 months ago

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Poetry.com
Love the captivating image you’ve created for your award-wining poem, Robin! Looks great!

12 months ago

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Poetry.com
Sorry to hear that you're having trouble navigating the website. Your feedback is valuable to us, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused. We constantly strive to improve user experience, so we appreciate your input. If you have any specific suggestions or areas where you're facing difficulty, please let us know, and we'll do our best to address them. We want to ensure that everyone’s experience on Poetry.com is smooth and enjoyable. Thank you for your patience and feedback! 

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
Hi, we've just added one... :-)

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
Hi, we've been contacting the winners to collect their mailing addresses for shipping, but it seems that we haven't received yours yet. Would you be so kind as to fill out the form with your contact details? Once you provide the information, we will send the mug to you shortly. Please use this link to access the form: https://www.poetry.com/contact-details/10634

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
On your contest submission page, you will find a designated box where you can enter your inquiry regarding waived entry fees. Please be aware that we receive a high volume of inquiries, and we can only approve up to five free entries. 

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
On your contest submission page, you will find a designated box where you can enter your inquiry regarding waived entry fees.

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
There are no limitations when it comes to keeping submissions on file. Our intention and aspiration are to preserve them indefinitely.

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
Hello Randy,

Congratulations on your honorable mention in the May contest! You are indeed entitled to receive a personalized mug with your poem printed on it. We have been contacting the winners to collect their mailing addresses for shipping, but it seems that we haven't received yours yet. Would you be so kind as to fill out the form with your contact details? Once you provide the information, we will send the mug to you shortly. Please use this link to access the form: https://www.poetry.com/contact-details/14620

Thank you for your cooperation!
 

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
Beautiful poem...

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
Beautiful poem!

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
I truly value the feedback from each and every one of you, with a special shout-out to you, Robin! ;-) It's important to acknowledge that our community is the driving force behind Poetry.com's success, and we are committed to enhancing it to meet the expectations of our esteemed members. The matter at hand is undoubtedly subject to debate, and we will continue to brainstorm collectively on ways to make notable improvements as we move forward. 

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
I have no straightforward response to this feedback to be honest. On one hand, displaying the poet names before the contest can enhance transparency, but on the other hand, concealing them can avoid voters from being influenced by external factors like reputation or previous work. As a middle-ground solution, we have opted to display the poet initials, which we hope is a suitable compromise. 

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
LOL, my bet is on you!

1 year ago

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Robin just brought to my attention that Gerald Logie was actually the first poet to win first place twice… apologize for the oversight on my part. It seems that there may be a competition brewing to determine the first poet to win three times and settle the question of who truly is the better poet :-) 

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
Kindly note that you must be logged-in to cast your vote :-)

1 year ago

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Poetry.com
I understand. Our policy allows for up to five free submissions per month that are selected towards the end of the application period. However, we receive a significant number of inquiries, so the chances of obtaining a free submission are not very high... 

1 year ago

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