“Verbatim Poetry” has been nominated for the Best Poetry Blog category. This site has been described as a collection of ordinary words from everyday life arranged into lines. Are they poems? You decide!
Gabriel, from Cambridge, UK, the author, who is also well-versed in speaking in the third person, has stumbled onto an idea the BlogNet Awards Team has never seen before. He takes ordinary words from every day life and arranges them in lines and stanzas like poetry. Some of them are quite beautiful in that format. This blog review took us to something we didn’t know was out there, but it was worth the ride. Check out the Ibuprofen sonnet. You’ll get a kick out of it.
** BlogNet Warning: Some of the language on this blog might be offensive to some readers.**
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