Sunday, March 14, 2010

The Sixth Daily Poem Project, Week Two Call for Votes

THE SIXTH DAILY POEM PROJECT, WEEK TWO

Here are the poems to vote for in the second week of the sixth Daily Poem Project (the poems on Poetry Daily from Monday, March 8, to Sunday, March 14):

March 8: Black Mane, by Henri Cole (vote only on the first poem)
March 9: The Edges of Time, by Kay Ryan (vote only on the first poem)
March 10: Ecclesiastes, by Khaled Mattawa
March 11: In the Language of the Here and Now, by Leslie C. Chang
March 12: Elegy, by Natasha Trethewey
March 13: What the Stars Will Bring, by Greg Hewett
March 14: Devotion: Thirst Reduction, by Bruce Smith

HOW TO VOTE: You can send your vote to me by email or as a comment on the blog (or as a comment to my Facebook link to this call for votes). If you want to vote by commenting but do not want your vote to appear on the blog, you just have to say so in your comment (I moderate all comments on my blog). If you want to vote anonymously, that's okay, but please choose some sort of pseudonym so I can keep track of different votes by anonymous voters. I will post comments as they come in.

Please make a final decision and vote for only one poem (although it is always interesting to see people's lists).

Please VOTE BY FRIDAY, MARCH 19! But I will still accept votes as long as I have not posted the final results. (March 21 at the latest.)

Feel free to pass on this call for votes to anyone who might be interested!

The winner of week one was "Trick," by Sam Willetts.

14 comments:

Arnaud said...

What the Stars Will Bring, by Greg Hewett

magenta said...

In the Language of the Here and Now, by Leslie Chang.

jose said...

Ecclesiastes

Justin Evans said...

Ecclesiastes

Matthew said...

Elegy.

Katy Loebrich said...

Bruce Smith - Devotion: Thirst Reduction

Ossian said...

Elegy

Sorlil said...

Ecclesiastes

RC said...

Ecclesiastes

ezgi said...

Ecclesiastes

Hadaly said...

What the Stars Will Bring

Donald Brown said...

Mattawa, Ecclesiastes, all the way, nothing else came close. Really disliked Smith's, especially the clunky "the art of juicing isn't hard to master." Ewwww.

SarahJane said...

Ecclesiastes for me, too.

l_m said...

Elegy