Sunday, October 29, 2006

Samhain Competition

Oh dear, this was hard, a lot harder than I thought it was going to be. I printed off all entries and have been reading aloud to the cat (he wasn't that helpful it has to be said). Anyway thank you so much for your entries.

It was great to see what Samhain means to others, and after very careful consideration I have decided on John Ahearn's poem All Hallows Eve, because this one captured the feeling for me but......

...okay Roberta, I decided to give a runners-up prize, send me your address and Coven of One will be winging it's way across the Atlantic in the next few days! Goddess I'm so soft!


Roberta said...

Oh! Kate!! I'm thrilled! Congatulations to John Ahearn for his poem. All of them were fantastic!

Yippee! Will email you my address a.s.a.p.

Thank you so much!!
(My turn to dance)

pundy said...

Good choice, Minx, but they were all good, weren't they.

Excellent contest

Unknown said...

Agreed Pund, it really was very difficult. I liked them all for different reasons and I didn't think that I would be faced with such a hard decision!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations John and Roberta!

Thanks for the contest, Minx. :) Yeah, judging is a lot of work.

S. Kearney said...

Congratultions John and Roberta - very nice work. And thanks Minx for getting us thinking about halloween. That was my first ever piece of writing on the subject! It's even more meaningful because I'm here in New York, where a big halloween parade takes place tomorrow night. Yikes! New Yorkers in scary costumes is something to see!