Rhyming Poetry

Announcing the Rhyming Poetry winners of the 76th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Rhyming Poetry winners of the 76th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Rhyming Poem Winners

James Anderson
MiamiFL

  1. AmandaNazario
    New YorkNY
  2. LuisePutcamp Jr.
    AlbuquerqueNM
  3. MichelleGarvin
    Ocean ParkWA
  4. HerbWahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  5. RobertDaseler
    DavisCA
  6. WayneLee
    Santa FeNM
  7. KarinBradberry
    AlbuquerqueNM
  8. AnnaAmatuzio
    New YorkNY
  9. SusanChildress
    HollandMI
  10. MarlaAlupoaicei
    FriscoTX
  11. AnitaKasabova
    Sofia
  12. CarolynCreedon
    Saint LouisMO
  13. RobertDaseler
    DavisCA
  14. ElisabethSchechter
    Bryn MawrPA
  15. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  16. PatriciaCallan
    NewtonMA
  17. CharlesBrashear
    CorvallisOR
  18. MarilynBentov
    NewtonMA
  19. RobertDaseler
    DavisCA
  20. RobertDaseler
    DavisCA
  21. LindrithDavies
    BrooksME
  22. ValmaM.Bartlett
    Oak HarborWA
  23. FabioCardoso
    HonoluluHI
  24. SharonL.Howard
    CharlottesvilleVA
  25. HerbWahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  26. JoanHiguchi
    West IslipNY
  27. HerbWahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  28. HerbWahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  29. NelsonBlish
    RochesterNY
  30. E.ShaunRussell
    BurnabyBC
  31. LynnVeachSadler
    SanfordNC
  32. RobertDaseler
    DavisCA
  33. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  34. PatriciaLuceChapman
    RockportTX
  35. RobertDaseler
    DavisCA
  36. AnitaKasabova
    Sofia
  37. Jimi
    EnglewoodCO
  38. RondaLawson
    Castro ValleyCA
  39. MicheleOster
    Rocky PointNY
  40. VonnieColeman
    Palm HarborFL
  41. DianneBorsenik
    ElyriaOH
  42. Kula
  43. RyanTilley
    LongwoodFL
  44. CordellCaudron
    LewistonID
  45. DenaR.Gorrell
    EdmondOK
  46. Jimi
    EnglewoodCO
  47. TonyaTaliaferro
    BaltimoreMD
  48. GaryMcGregor
    HattiesburgMS
  49. KarenMurrayBroadhead
    EllsworthWI
  50. ShalaKean
    DansvilleMI
  51. M.D.Puzzuoli
    WestlandMI
  52. SandraKasturi
    TorontoON
  53. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  54. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  55. MichaelAnthonyMcDonough
    Ballston SpaNY
  56. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  57. PamRhodes
    CorinthMS
  58. JessicaWeed
    Fulton MO
  59. PatriciaCallan
    NewtonMA
  60. PatriciaCallan
    NewtonMA
  61. RobertDaseler
    DavisCA
  62. GrahamKash
    CookevilleTN
  63. KarinBradberry
    AlbuquerqueNM
  64. JacquelynLansing
    EscondidoCA
  65. DianeBorsenik
    ElyriaOH
  66. ErinBayne
    TampaFL
  67. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  68. Candice
    HoustonTX
  69. DebbiePea
    Eden PrairieMN
  70. KristinMast
    LovelandCO
  71. SherriBoyd
    Thief River FallsMN
  72. MaryMiller
    Broken ArrowOK
  73. KevinPace
    GreenfieldIN
  74. BarbaraBlanks
    GarlandTX
  75. JeketaWoods
    GastoniaNC
  76. AllieMcComas
    CentervilleOH
  77. LisaLawston
    AmherstMA
  78. DhruvK.Singhal
    DallasTX
  79. NelsonBlish
    RochesterNY
  80. MichaelMackey
    Norfolk VA
  81. JuliaRoseStatzer
    MishawakaIN
  82. MarthaJ.Lee
    HudsonNH
  83. JoeSharp
    OrangeVA
  84. AndrewB.Pierce
    MiamiFL
  85. JohnIrwin
    Rohnert ParkCA
  86. DianneBorsenik
    ElyriaOH
  87. MaryOwens
    Crab OrchardKY
  88. AnneJohnsonMullin
    New HarborME
  89. MatthewSimmons
    FlorenceSC
  90. DebraSmith
    RienziMS
  91. JimAllen
    ElkhartIN
  92. DorisLockhart
    DallasTX
  93. DonnaL.Barnes
    ColumbiaMO
  94. RachelFullilove
    San DiegoCA
  95. JeffreyKuczmarski
    ChicagoIL
  96. KathleenWalker
    Mount AiryMD
  97. JacquelynLansing
    EscondidoCA
  98. JacquelynLansing
    EscondidoCA
  99. JimAllen
    ElkhartIN

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

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

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