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Seer of ghosts & weaver of stories

(You are very much not forgotten)

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I don't normally do haiku, but there's always an exception to the rule.
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ajodasso
The winning poems in the Royal Shakespeare Company's competition are now posted on the website, mine included.

I won in the 17-30 age group. There were four age-groups total, plus a Twitter-entry category. So: five winning poems, all very different!

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I remember that haiku now! It is cute. Shoes yay! Also, I must say the coolest part for me is that your poem's going to be in the STAGING OMG. That is pretty awesome.

I also really like the dandelion poem in the next age category up. Even if the idea of having age categories in a competition that's not for kids seems a bit weird... Maybe they're doing an Ages of Man thing?

When I am down there in September, I will take pictures if possible. I chose Julius Caesar as my prize-tickets, so James and I are headed to Stratford in late September!

That's great!! Stratford is gorgeous, too - have you been? Just a note if you go over a weekend - the trains back to York on a Sunday from S-u-A are SO SLOW. I went to see Richard III a while back and the Saturday trains were fine but the Sunday trains made me want to pull my hair out!

Yep, I was there in early 2005 when the UK was having that freakishly beautiful late March/early April weather :)

Really breathtakingly lovely, Adrienne. Congratulations.

Thank you, dear. Your icon looks yummy, cartoon or not...

Awesome news, congratulations!

I loved the poem. So true.

True of several pairs of my shoes, actually! Although I'm now in a relationship that has so far outlasted several of my newer pairs of shoes, so - the balance of the universe is restored ;)

Aww--that's a lovely little haiku!
Congrats again!

That's just so cool. It's fantastic that despite you going through a hell of a lot of bad luck o'er the past year or so your writing is going very well indeed!
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Congratulations.
>^,,^< //

As I've said, I'm noticing a pattern: when everything else sucks, the writing perks up by leaps and bounds. Some kind of cosmic compensation, I guess :) I'm not sure I actually always believe in cosmic compensation, but. Even so.

That's a very exciting contest to win (especially when forgot)!

I did a double-take at the notification letter, literally.

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