2008 Rhyming Poem Winner - Writer's Digest

2008 Rhyming Poem Winner

Announcing the Rhyming Poem winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Rhyming Poem winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Rhyming Poem

Winner:
Annabelle Moseley
Dix Hills NY

  1. RobertDaseler
    SacramentoCA
  2. HerbWahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  3. MarlaAlupoaicei
    FriscoTX
  4. RobertDaseler
    SacramentoCA
  5. RobertDaseler
    SacramentoCA
  6. ShirleyWindward
    Santa MonicaCA
  7. BelleRollins
    PinevilleLA
  8. MelissaCannon
    NashvilleTN
  9. LindaKnowltonAppel
    West LinnOR
  10. George (Bud)Stege
    MelbourneFL
  11. SomaMei ShengFrazier
    San LeandroCA
  12. MichellePerez
    SecaucusNJ
  13. JamesArthurAnderson
    MiamiFL
  14. AnnabelleMoseley
    Huntington StationNY
  15. AnnabelleMoseley
    Huntington StationNY
  16. AnnabelleMoseley
    Huntington StationNY
  17. HerbWahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  18. HerbWahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  19. HerbWahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  20. RobertDaseler
    SacramentoCA
  21. RobertDaseler
    SacramentoCA
  22. RobertDaseler
    SacramentoCA
  23. RobertDaseler
    SacramentoCA
  24. RobertDaseler
    SacramentoCA
  25. JamesArthurAnderson
    MiamiFL
  26. JanetIrelandTrail
    GreensboroNC
  27. MelissaCannon
    NashvilleTN
  28. MelissaCannon
    NashvilleTN
  29. MelissaCannon
    NashvilleTN
  30. MelissaCannon
    NashvilleTN
  31. AngelS.Krasnegor
    CharlottesvilleVA
  32. KitHewes
    CanaanNH
  33. KimberlySherrell
    AthensTX
  34. MarlaAlupoaicei
    FriscoTX
  35. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  36. MichellePerez
    SecaucusNJ
  37. Jahnavi-RoseJolireveLaurent
    JacksonvilleFL
  38. Jahnavi-RoseJolireveLaurent
    JacksonvilleFL
  39. Jahnavi-RoseJolireveLaurent
    JacksonvilleFL
  40. KathleenJ.Farrell
    PaysonAZ
  41. SharonGehbauer
    PearlandTX
  42. VictoriaRivas
    WaterburyCT
  43. Mary AnnMurdoch
    LakelandFL
  44. Mary AnnMurdoch
    LakelandFL
  45. SomaMei ShengFrazier
    San LeandroCA
  46. DorothyLamar
    WoodburyNJ
  47. KarinBradberry
    AlbuquerqueNM
  48. JackMiles
    WilmingtonDE
  49. ThomasFullmer
    Salt Lake CityUT
  50. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  51. FaithIngleCollins
    SandyTX
  52. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  53. WalterRein
    MicavilleNC
  54. WalterRein
    MicavilleNC
  55. DelGustafson
    DuvallWA
  56. CameronCook
    ChapinSC
  57. AngelS.Krasnegor
    CharlottesvilleVA
  58. AngelS.Krasnegor
    CharlottesvilleVA
  59. AngelS.Krasnegor
    CharlottesvilleVA
  60. DelGustafson
    DuvallWA
  61. AmyStephenson
    WoodbridgeVA
  62. WilliamGeorato
    SalemNH
  63. MatthewLegall
    WinnipegMBCanada
  64. RyanTilley
    LongwoodFL
  65. MollyDeeAnderson
    SeattleWA
  66. PatrickJ.Walker, Jr.
    FactoryvillePA
  67. MatthewLegall
    WinnipegMBCanada
  68. KateMcGovern
    Newton.NJ
  69. AmyChapman
    GreenwoodME
  70. DebbieWalker
    StockbridgeGA
  71. SomaMei ShengFrazier
    San LeandroCA
  72. SomaMei ShengFrazier
    San LeandroCA
  73. HeidiTompkins
    ChattanoogaTN
  74. ColleenCarias
    Santa FeNM
  75. JoAbi
    Castle HillAustralia
  76. KatherineSwinehart
    FerndaleMI
  77. KarinGustafson
    New York NY
  78. LisaArguello
    New YorkNY
  79. KitHewes
    CanaanNH
  80. KitHewes
    CanaanNH
  81. SybilLHolloway
    BloomsburgPA
  82. VernaLeeHinegardner
    Hot Springs National ParkAR
  83. JoyceDolce
    Pleasant ValleyNY
  84. KimberlySherrell
    AthensTX
  85. AnnRobinson
    SarasotaFL
  86. DarlaDeeBurris
    AllianceOH
  87. J. E.Pickens, Jr.
    OwensboroKY
  88. MarionSmith
    OttawaONCanada
  89. LoriWhite
    SibleyIA
  90. MichaelF.Albro
    MilfordMA
  91. JamesD.Pretkelis
    Saint CharlesIL
  92. Mary AnnMurdoch
    LakelandFL
  93. PhyllisTurk
    BrooklynNY
  94. MelanieMoen
  95. JerryJ.Wilson
    MasonMI
  96. ArnotMcCallum
    TecumsehONCanada
  97. DeborahL.Diesen
    Grand LedgeMI
  98. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  99. JohnWarth
    SeattleWA

Click on the category name below to see the top 100 winners in each area:

Grand Prize Winner
Children's/YA Fiction
Feature Article
Genre Short Story
Inspirational
Mainstream Fiction
Nonrhyming Poetry
Memoir/Personal Essay
Rhyming Poetry
Stageplay
Screenplay

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