22 Dope Participants
4 Dope Winners!!!
Today, I introduce you to the four winners of this year’s poetry contest followed by their Instagram handles. Get on over there and follow them neoww.
#1: Buddah Desmond
“Ghosts, Ghostbusting History + Visible / Invisible Lives (Freedom is Ours)”
#2: Daphne Ayo
#3: Renita Siqueira
“Allowed to Exist”
#4: Rebecca Whitman
“Moment of Truth”
And congratulations to everyone who participated! There would be no contest without your support.
This is the first time we’ve had such a diverse group of winners!
We even have winners from India and Nigeria! Can you guess who it is?
We ultimately chose our winners for receiving high scores in several areas, including beauty, power, education/message, originality, creativity, how closely they followed the submission requirements, and overall impact.
I am incredibly proud of what they will bless you with in these coming weeks!
I’d be remiss if I didn’t give a special thank you to my team!! Thank you for recommending poets, posting the flyer to your social media, providing feedback, and all that good stuff!
Over the next few weeks, we’ll spotlight each of these poets individually on the blog and social media. We’ll dig deeper into what inspired their poem, read the winning poem, and understand their writing process.
Please go to my Instagram @yecheilyah and @yecheilyahbooksllc and show them some love!
- Follow the Poets
- Save the post
- Share the post
- Like the post
- Comment a “Congrats” on the post
- Did I say follow the poets? 🙂
Here are the links to all our winners from years one through four!
Yecheilyah’s 1st Annual Poetry Contest 2017
Yecheilyah’s 2nd Annual Poetry Contest 2018
Yecheilyah’s 3rd Annual Poetry Contest 2019
Yecheilyah’s 4th Annual Poetry Contest 2021
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Congratulations to the winners! Enjoy the rest of the week! xx Michael
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Yasss!! Congrats sis!!