Plotdog’s WOOF Contest – Top Picks

WOOF Contest – Top Picks

Poetry

Webbielady – “If I Am God…” – What if I’m given the seat as the God of this universe just for a few hours or a day or a couple of days? A crazy though, a weird poem came out of it…

Jena Isle – “Poems of Adieu and Hello” – What would be more indelible in one’s memory, is it saying adieu or hello?

Albert Ashok – “Concerning my land” – Concerning my land- is a concern for my country and the well-being of all concerned with my country.

Dragon Blogger – “A Mother’s Love A tribute to Mother’s everywhere.

Roy – “Don’t Ask Me Why” – A poem I wrote for my wife in 1999.

Christable Anon – “The Third Day of May” – How would you address your pain to some deaf wounds?

Zorlone – “Simply A Mother” – The joys of motherhood cannot be expressed in a single poem. But this one tries to have a glimpse of the beauty of such a devoted and unselfish love.

Jennifer M Scott – “Birthday” – 2 months to the day is my birthday and I will be 29 I guess getting older is bothering me some since it seems like I am writing a lot about getting older and losing childhood completely.

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Plotdog’s WOOF Contest Winners for May 8

Zorlone has made it to the TOP again with his short story this time. He is not only a brilliant poet but a great story writer too. Congratulations too to the rest of the winners.

WOOF Contest – Top Picks

Fiction / Short Story / Flash Fiction

Zorlone – “Insanity Road” – An Urban Legend about the outcome of trespassing a private road.
Webbielady – “Isn’t Life Supposed To Be Meaningful?”He was in the process of taking his own life… he’s ready to die until some strange melody played over the air that made him do something….

About Writing
Izzy Daniels – “5 things you should learn before starting a blogSome beginning bloggers have a view common ideas that they think blogging is linked to. In this post, I let people know how to avoid these common issues.
Writing Nag – “A Perfect Day” – Can writing about what you want make it happen? Writing with intention and writing about your perfect day.

Poetry

Christable Anon – “Memories” – Where did moths steal their wings from?
Dragon Blogger – “Honorless Man” – Rhyming poem made from random words about a man living a double life.
Jennifer M Scott – “four horsepowered heart” – A surreal poem includes a drawing by as well, welcome to my weird world.
Roy – “Man… I amA poem about why real men shouldn’t hide their own emotions…

Plotdog’s WOOF Results for May 8

WOOF Contest – Top Picks

Poetry
Roy – “I have a hole in my socks….” – Concealing what’s inside with smile… like a sock with a hole…
Zorlone – “The Modern Hercules” – Do you desire the perfect body? Then you have just surrendered to the vanity of the demon within you.
Christable Anon – “For my Brown Boy..”Brown surrealism… a collage of thought process..
Sourik Banerjee – “Somewhere The Artist Still Remembers…”This poem is a tribute to the enigmatic evening that the poet had spent with his ladylove for the first time…
Dragon Blogger – “Traffic JamTraffic Jam, a unique poem of love.

About Writing
Alex McGaughan – “Things Every Poet Should Know #1, “No-Nos”” – This is the first installment of a series offering advice to poets. This one is a discussion of some “crimes” often committed by novice poets.
Izzy Daniels – “Blogging or Writing…What is More Important?” – Sometimes we tend to walk a fine line between blogging and writing. I do my best to highlight the differences.

Fiction / Monologue / Flash Fiction
Webbielady – “Confessions of a Devoted SinnerHow distracted he was and so he decided to take his concerns to the Highest Being…
Jena Isle – “Mickey” – A story of a young boy who played video games.

Brought to you by PlotDog Press with the Serial Suspense Screenplay “Intervention”

(WOOF participants should re-post all the links above by next Monday. The following links may be excluded as long as you include all the above links.)

Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top posts as chosen by the May 1, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends May 1. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form on this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.

Other WOOF Contestants for 05/01/09

Poetry
Dragon Blogger – “Future Flash” – A poem about a grim potential future.
Dragon Blogger – “Mutant Graduation” – Random twitter poem inspired by x-men, even mutants graduate from school.
Dragon Blogger – “Where Has Love Gone” – Poem about relationship trouble and believing in a better end.
Jennifer M Scott – “Arson” – A poem not about arson or is it?
Jennifer M Scott – “A Summer Night in Spring” – The feeling of summer in a spring night.

Non-Fiction / About Blogging
Jena Isle – “SEO Sites to Maximize the Exposure of Your Articles” – How to maximize the exposure of your articles in your blogs.

Fiction / Monologue / Flash Fiction
Zorlone – “Difficult to Please” – A flash fiction about a barber in a new neighborhood who has been having a hard time getting customers. Find out why…
Jennifer M Scott – “Red Velvet Box” – An eccentric woman bequeathed her belongings to her niece including one of her special treasures.
Jennifer M Scott – “Saturday Night Decisions” – A story in exactly 100 words about an alcholic what does he do, make your own ideas.
Jennifer M Scott – “Dell and Patsy” – A writing prompt about a mother and daughter and the mother’s obsession with weight.