Category Archives: A Dozen Roses Contest Entries

Entries submitted by contestants to the “A Dozen Roses from a Single Thorn–a Valentine’s Day Love Story” contest

Winners! A Dozen Roses from a Single Thorn

Literati?  What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet; [...]

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Laura Girardeau invades the Towers!

Literati! Contest winner Laura Girardeau makes an impromptu stop at The Towers that are A [...]

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A Poem that RHYMES! Last day of posting our entries

Good Morning, oh patient ones, from the towers in Moscow that are A Word with [...]

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Miryam Howard returns to the mission: entering our contest!

(The mission statement of A Word with You Press?  Putting Gravitas on a Lo-Carb Diet…or [...]

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Wish I didn’t know know what I didn’t know then: Tara Valentina enters our contest

(I am not quite sure that this is the KISS that Tara Valentina had in [...]

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We are familiy! I’ve got all my siblings with ME! Tara Hoger enters our contest

Third Place Winnerin Dozen Roses Contest (Here, in a lighter moment, Derek, Gary, Diana and [...]

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Our Love celebration continues: Laura Girardeau and Lily

(Lily does not have to bend over backwards for her mother’s approval or love) Hello [...]

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Late bloomers: final contestants make it under the byre!

(some late bloomers will leave you panting) Good Morning from the indestructible towers that are [...]

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Is this knot what you meant? Stefanie Alison adds friction to her fiction

(tying stuff together with a rope prevents things from happening–that’s why its called a “not”. [...]

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I’m so vain. I probly think this poem ‘s about me

(While an intern, Echo,  keeps abreast of latest contest entries, editor-in-chief gazes into the pool [...]

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Like mother, like son: The Katz in the cradle

Ahhhh!  Illuminating Literati! Frequent flyer to the towers that are A Word with You Press [...]

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I get the impression Michael Stang has entered our contest again

(Baroque:  When you’re out of Monet) Ahhh! My Louvre-loving Literati! From time to time (actually, [...]

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