I was encouraged by some of my fellow hubbers to write a poem consisting of 500 or more words.
First I was thinking that it would be impossible for me, but then I took the challenge. Finally I have arrived in something; I don't know whether it can be called a poem!
I like to thank my friends who have encouraged me a lot in getting this and I would like to request all to review my poem and spare some time to leave a comment on this as well
by Mary Hyatt5 years ago
I just reread the rules for the contest, and it states that poems should be 500 words. Mine is 210. Is the introduction counted in the word count? Thanks.
by Maren Elizabeth Morgan5 years ago
I usually write poems much shorter than 500 words. I am unclear on the upcoming contest word requirement. I see that an explanation must accompany the poem (which I also do not completely understand - can't...
by em_saenz5 years ago
Please help me understand the November contest rules,QUOTE:Qualifying RequirementsContain a minimum of 500 words (if the entry is a photo gallery or poem, an explanation of the poem or description of the photos is...
by Brian Leekley3 years ago
In their teachings on writing stellar hubs, the HubPages staff has sometimes said that an ideal hub is 1,500 words long and has sometimes said that an ideal hub is 1,150 words long. Numerous hubs by hubbers on hubbing...
by Gordon Hamilton5 years ago
I have tried the learning centre for this and if it is covered there and I have missed it, I apologise.I know that ideally we should create a number of Hubs around a topic when we think this might be a problem but in...
by David Ortega5 months ago
I have a sense that the mobile community is growing to the point where I think Hub articles over 1000 words are likely too much for those reading from a phone. I am of the mindset that I need to write shorter...
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