Blockchain Poets ~ Week in Review for Jan 2 to Jan 9 ~ AMAZING Poems ~ Hive SBI Winners, CCC winners, too
Here are the poems published to Blockchain Poets for the week of Jan 2–Jan 9. Let’s have a look at the poems then we will get down to the contest winner. There were 41 of them this week. Wow!!
This Week’s Poems
There we go. If you have time, check them out and see what you think. And if you like any, let the author know about it by leaving a great comment!
Comments were really great this week. Many of you went above and beyond and offered many great comments. Thank you! I’m sure everyone who got your great comments really appreciated them!
Winner of Hive SBI and CCC
Remember, only people who gave two comments for every poem they posted are eligible for this contest. The only exception is that new poets are giving a pass their first week here.
Excluding myself, that puts 15 people in the running for HIVE SBI and 8 people in the running for CCC tokens.
I threw you guys into a random picker…
and the winner is…
For Hive SBI:
For CCC tokens:
(if you aren’t sure what SBI is, it’s kind of lifetime payment system. You can read about it here)
And thank you all for your wonderful poems!
Next Week ~ Next Prize
Next week will be the same reward — shares of Hive SBI and CCC. For CCC, you must use the #creativecoin tag. For both SBI and CCC, you must comment.
The exact amount of Hive SBI depends on how many poets submit poems for the week.
0–9 poets - 1 SBI
10–19 poets - 5 SBI (split 2–2–1)
20–49 poets - 10 SBI (split 3–2–2–2–1)
(Note, these numbers don’t include @moeknows or myself.)
So if you want a chance for Hive SBI, go write a poem! If you want a chance for a lot of Hive SBI, go recruit others (and write a poem)! Spread the word, upvote and share this post to make it more visible, contact poet buddies on Discord and try to talk them into joining our group.
Just remember the rules:
- Comment on two other poems for every one that you post
- Make it a good comment (not just “great poem!”)
- If you offer criticism, keep it gentle and polite and remember the golden rule of criticism: say at least two positive things for every one thing you criticize.
Anyone caught breaking these rules will not be eligible for the reward.
I’m looking forward to reading everyone’s new poem in this next week.
(Note: If you’d like to donate anything for the contest, such as Hive Engine tokens or Hive, please get in touch with me. Look for me as dbooster#6252 on Discord.)
Calling all previous Blockchain Poets: @a-lass-wonders @aa9 @abisag @adriangamerxd @agreste @ambigenius @amnes14 @ange.nkuru @anj @atma.love @azabache2021 @blockchainbeth @cesarj21 @chinyerevivian @chrysanthemum @cliffagreen @d-pend @danmaruschak @dante31 @darkfemme @davidbright @drwom @emmaba1 @emptyintentions @emrysjobber @evagavilan2 @evergreenfavour @fatma–27 @forthefree19 @fredfettmeister @georgelumayag @greenie.girl @hamsterpoweriii @harryhandsome @harryq11 @hbelakon1975 @heartofdarkness @hermaryrc @hilbyguy @hitz75 @ismelda2305 @itsostylish @jacco25 @jakim7 @jane1289 @jearyjoe @jesuspsoto @joalheal @johnbenn @johncarty859 @joseitosanchezs @josemalavem @justme4u @kaixin @kemmyb @kraken99 @latino.romano @lecumberre @litguru @littlepiggies @ljus @lv99-rd-chocobo @lymepoet @maccazftw @martinlazizi @martthesquire @mavido @maylenasland @mejs @mirilarbarr @missingnins @mistural @mundomanaure @murliwala @myklovenotwar @oldschoolzen @orthodoxnudism @oscarpower55 @owasco @penyaircyber @peter32 @pregosauce @primestacks1 @raj808 @rajiola @ramisey @rene.neverfound @repayme4568 @rikarivka @riverflows @sakura1012 @schreib.hamster @sgarciacine @shiftrox @sisc @sp3ktraline @strivenword @tahminasyed @takeonrules @tasonia @technicalart @temitopemichael @tezmel @thecreativecasa @todayslight @todayslight @trucklife-family @tuha.peut @unpoetaenamorado @veektur21 @viadelboss @vikbuddy @vision-of-esca @warpedpoetic @weone @witherbloom @writing.group @yablonsky @yahia-lababidi @yen1503
(If you’d rather not be mentioned here, let me know)
Thank you all for submiting your wonderful work and reading. You rock!
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