"The Inspirational Challenge Title”

a writing by Keith Lumbard

"The Inspirational Challenge Title”
“Please note this is not a VoicesNet sponsored event”

Our dear friend Pauline Miller's challlenge entitled, “Per Ardua Ad Astra” has one week left to run. Ending on the 02nd March 2012. There is still time to submit your version to the already many received.

We wish to thank Pauline for her fantastic period of tenure thus far.

We have received many many splendid and varied entries which have received wonderful responses in relation so far.
If any of our members have been away or should wish to participate for the first time, please feel welcome to do so.

To Help with the future selection process if you are interested in becoming a holder of the baton and having the interpretation of your title depicted by the array of wonderful talented poets and poetesses on VN please acknowledge your interest by leaving a comment in the responses section of this document. I will collate this information and produce a list that I will include in future announcements.

Should you wish to 'catch up' with your own unique take on previous "Titles", they are all listed below in Chronological order.

"Poem Titles" submitted so far are:

“You may borrow my pen but don't use my ink”
By Keith Lumbard. UK
“A Small Lump of Clay” with “A Transient Name"
By Roy Kneale UK
“Whither the Wind blows, there Falls the Seed”
By Jacinta Ramayah Malaysia
“You may lead my horse to water, but you can’t make him Drink”
By Richard Gildea UK
“Though Nothing Can Bring Back the Hour of Splendour in the Grass, Of Beauty in the Flower”
By Nancy Crossland USA
"All Cards are Marked and All Fates will Collide"
By William Willis Scotland
"The Fragrance of the Virtue Rises to the Heavens"
By Dr. Sudarsan Prasad India
"Fasten your Seatbelts, it's going to be a Bumpy Night"
By Marcia Schechinger USA
"Two Hearts Beating As One"
By Elizabeth Squires Australia
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be"
By John Trent USA
"The no mind not thinks, no thoughts about no things - The Buddha"
By Pattra Shuwaswat Netherlands
“The Child is Father of the Man"
By Dowell Oba Nigeria
"The Rise and Fall of Notes"
By Elizabeth Padillo Olesen Denmark
"Just Give me a Cowboy/Cowgirl Poet"
By MarVenea Rainwater USA
“Well, here’s another nice mess you’ve gotten me into”
By Susan Mary Burns Ireland
“I may be lying in the gutter but I’m looking up at the stars”
By Tony Grannell, China
“Per Ardua Ad Astra”
By Pauline Miller, UK

Have fun and enjoy making new friends and widening your social circle.

Kind regards and warmest wishes from “Musketeers” William, Richard and Keith /|\

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