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Giveaway for Like a Box of Chocolates

Posted on April 13, 2016 at 5:45 PM

April 26th doesn't just mark the anniversary of A Bloody Bloody Mess..but it also marks the third year anniversary of the release of Like a Box of Chocolates. In honor of this occasion and on behalf of the fact it's National Poetry Month I will be doing giveaways and contests for the book throughout the month.

Giveaway- April 13th-26th

 

 

 Paperback Giveaway-

 Give me your favorite line from your favorite poem, it can be a poem from anyone throught history.

 *person with the best line will win a copy of the book.

 

E-Book Giveaway-

 What does Poetry mean to you? How far do you think poetry has come today compared to years prior? Those who I think come up with the best responses shall win E-Book copies.

 *the three best responses will win copies of the book.

 

 

 

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4 Comments

Reply Stormfeather12
8:37 PM on April 22, 2016 
To me poetry is a statement of someone's feelings about a designated topic or about a story. I think poetry over the years has sadly lost it's popularity and its traditionalism. More commonly today you will see poetry that is less like the traditional poetry and more like the newer poetry which is harder to understand and more abstract.
Reply Justin Bienvenue
3:05 PM on April 20, 2016 
sara bh says...
It's a french poem " Ô bruit doux de la pluie, Par terre et sur les toits ! Pour un coeur qui s'ennuie, Ô le chant de la pluie ! C?est bien la pire peine De ne savoir pourquoi, sans amour et sans haine, Mon coeur a tant de peine."

Translate in English
"Oh sweet sound of the rain, On the earth and the roofs! For the dull heart again, Oh the song of the rain! By far the worst pain, Without hatred, or love, Yet no way to explain Why my heart feels such pain!"
Reply sara bh
4:27 AM on April 20, 2016 
It's a french poem " Ô bruit doux de la pluie, Par terre et sur les toits ! Pour un coeur qui s'ennuie, Ô le chant de la pluie ! C?est bien la pire peine De ne savoir pourquoi, sans amour et sans haine, Mon coeur a tant de peine."

Translate in English
"Oh sweet sound of the rain, On the earth and the roofs! For the dull heart again, Oh the song of the rain! By far the worst pain, Without hatred, or love, Yet no way to explain Why my heart feels such pain!"
Reply Donald Armfield
7:44 PM on April 13, 2016 
"The dead has risen, but they are pulled from strings. Fed it's own blood, from human existence. Now join the show, as if you had a choice.
-Geppettoism- "Jagemeister Walking" by Donald Armfield.