Friday, September 10, 2010


The creative creatures behind the “Eyeball
                                             a chance for you to get all “Eyeball” crazy.

Yes. Starting next week I will have exclusive interviews with the poets who created
“An Eyeball in My Garden.”

Learn what inspired them to be so spookalicious.

Discover each poets “favorite” spooky poem.

and vie for a chance to win a complete rhyming picture book critique from

“First Peek Critique”

You will get a chance to create an EYEBALL poem of your own to celebrate
“An Eyeball in My Garden.” Winner will be announced on Halloween.  

So get that icky eyeball rollin’…..
See the putrid possibilities of persnickety poems.
View a vampire’s voracious verse.
Glimpse inside a goofy ghost’s ghazal
Look for Jack O’Lantern’s loquacious limericks.

To enter “The Great Eyeball” Poetry Contest:

  1. Become a follower of The Storyteller’s Scroll.
  2. submit a comment below about “spooky poems,” preferably one from the book.
  3. create an original Halloween poem, suitable for children, on the topic “EYEBALL,” and submit below.
  4. Post about “An Eyeball in My Garden” and “The Great Eyeball Poetry Contest” on your blog, Facebook, or Twitter.

Sample EYEBALL poem:

There’s an eyeball in my garden.
It lies beneath a bean.
I don’t know how it views the world
or what it’s ever seen.
It doesn’t have an eyelid.
It doesn’t blink or cry.
It rolls around just searching
for its empty, hollow eye.

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Fall Frenzy Writing Contest 2020

 I entered this last year and it was a great writing experience. This year’s rules: 1. Choose a fall image from Lydia Lukidis’s blog