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Noah Genner 20 Mar 10
Bracket busted. Tears fall freely.
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Jessica Hutchins 12 Mar 12
T.S. Eliot said, "April is the cruelest month." But he never had to overhear people talking about "brackets" all March long.
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Bekah Hoeft 16 Mar 18
Haha! I totally get this. During our match with a minute left, I jumped up DURING staff devotions and ran out of the room because I was so paranoid. My coworkers thought I was crazy (more than usual, I mean) as did the innocent parent I nearly knocked over.
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Madness! Poetry Mar 5
2019 is officially underway! Over 4,500 kids are now registered to read and vote -- a new record -- and we're well on track to meet and exceed our goal of 5,000+ kids!!! Woohoo!!! Find the action right here:
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Savannah Rogers Mar 9
Shipping chai from my new mug, catching up on welcome videos and posts for my belated, exciting new adventure as part of picture book writers community!! Kids are helping Dad with outdoor chores, adorable chihuahua on my lap... It's a good day! ❤🌞😃
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RJ Clarken 15 Mar 18
Me too! Working on my Round 3 poem. Can we say, 'Blotchy?'
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Jenna Waldman 21 Mar 18
Kids in school, errands run, time to write a 1000 character (or less) poem using the word “flouting”. Just another day while participating in ! Good luck , I definitely need some!
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Madness! Poetry 4 Apr 17
Congrats to , 2017 CHAMPION! +THANK YOU to , who dazzled us all every round!
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Madness! Poetry Mar 7
Largest margin of victory in Round 1? Why none other than last year's champion ! Can she repeat???
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Donna Welch Earnhardt Mar 13
Alas, I am dropped from the list of mad poets My rhythm & rhyming days left in a hearse I'm taking a cue from creative Colleen & putting my sorrow into a short verse: I felt so much stress when Ed gave out new words- So maybe. for me, winning would have been worse!
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Anna Eleanor Jordan 6 Mar 17
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RJ Clarken Mar 10
We go 'live' very, very soon! Best wishes to all the Authletes. Please visit, read, laugh, consider...and vote! Thanks!!!
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Colleen Murphy Mar 13
Sigh...my poetry Madness is through. Much too soon, as I lost in round two. To those poets still writing, may your thoughts start igniting and your random distractions be few! and everyone else!!
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Jenna Waldman Mar 21
This may well end up being my last round, but at least now I’m another proud owner of a Thinkerer Mug ☺️
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Jenna Waldman Mar 20
Started out the night writing the completely wrong word in my poem! Voting for round 4 starts tomorrow:
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William Orser Mar 3
So if you're interested in poetry, humor, reading, anything fun, you should head to to read and vote for my matchup on Tuesday. Then check out some of the other matchups! 64 poems will be released into the wild on Tuesday!
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Jenna Waldman 24 Mar 18
Congrats !!! Now get busy on that 2000 character poem, looking forward to it ; )
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Lori Degman Mar 3
The word for round 1 of March Madness Poetry, for me and my opponent, is INTERLUDE! I think this is a pretty doable word!! But, if I can do it - so can David! May the best poem win!!
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Jesse Anna Bornemann Mar 7
I currently hold the trophy in my matchup...by a 1% lead. Voting ends this evening. The 🔥 is definitely on, Glenn Frey.
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Donna Smith 12 Mar 18
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