Following on from this post and as promised in this one, I’ve now found out which of the two poems I entered were chosen as one of the winners, which means I can probably post the other one here A young bride once walked down the aisle A young bride once walked down the aisle, the epitome of beauty and style. When he clocked her, the groom gave thumbs up to the room, which didn’t half make his wife-to-be smile! © Catherine Smith This was actually my favourite of the two, but what do I know? Evidently, not very much!
As mentioned a few posts further down (this one, in fact) , a couple of weeks ago I entered a free poetry competition being run by Marriott to see what would happen. Well, what d’ya know? Turns out they liked one of my entries enough to choose it as one of the winners! 😀
I happened upon a free-to-enter poetry competition being run by Marriott, where anything goes as long as it’s a poem of some sort and it celebrates marriage – the best entries will be published in a book of Marriott Love Poems that’ll be available in their hotels, and the authors will each win a weekend break in one of them for themselves and a guest. So that’s free (yay!), all about weddings (yayy!) with the chance to be published in an actual book (yayyy!) and win a free weekend break in a lovely hotel somewhere (yayyyy!). Not much not to