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PREPARING FOR THE APRIL WRITE 2013 FINALE…

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Keeping with tradition, our finale piece of the April Write 2013 will be a Word Power challenge. However, unlike the previous Word Power exercise, these words will be chosen by you.

ImageIn order to do this, we need a word or words which currently describe or sum up your experience of this month, which we will all then use to create our finale April 2013 write with.

So, your task if you should accept it, is to add your word/s below or like the ones which have been added by others and I will let you know on the 30th which words will be used for the finale challenge. ~ Marina

 

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APRIL WRITE 2013 – Day 6 – WORD POWER

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Welcome to Day 6 of the 2013 April Write – a new era begins
There is no set title or topic as such for today. Your challenge is to use ALL the RANDOM WORDS I have chosen, in any order and only ONCE in your poem.
word power
Please watch the video to collect the words you will need to write your poem!!!

http://youtu.be/PimJUhw-dLE

To show that you have used those words, please CAPITALISE them in your piece.

 

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THE APRIL WRITE 2012 – POETS OLYMPIAD – DAY 11 – WORD POWER

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Welcome to Day 11 of the 2012 April Write – the Poets Jubilee Olympiad.  

As we enter into our next 5 day Olympic phase # 3 representing Air Skills, we have now completed one third of the April Write and I’d like to continue keeping you on your toes!

There is no topic or title as such for today but only what YOU come up with by using ALL of these 20 random words I have chosen, in any order and only ONCE in your poem. To show that you have used those words, please capitalise them.

However it turns out and what ever you end up writing about…

Day 11 of the April Write is about YOU using YOUR Word Power to create!

Please watch the video to collect the 20 words you will need to write your poem!!!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ljr0jSSblBU

 

Angee

xoxo

 

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