Dust off an Antique Poem
To start off national poetry month, we want your antique poetry. This may be any poetry that you have already written and consequently stuffed into a drawer either embarrassed that somebody might ever find it, or simply uncertain what to do with it. Those poems are a piece of Round Rock heritage, and those are the first that we would like to include in our compilation. Antique poems do not need to be any specific style or subject, they need only be aged.
No antique poetry left unburned? Well fear not! Simply write one now, leave it in a desk drawer overnight and submit it the next day. It should have a thin layer of dust by that time. Submit your antique poems as comments to this blog or on the library's main page, or simply e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Submission: Please title your entries Antique Poem : (Title of the Poem)
(Please remember we are asking for original poetry only. By submitting work for this project you attest that you are the original creator and owner of the intellectual property. Further, by submitting entries you license the Round Rock Library to include those entries into its published compilation, sales of which will benefit the Friends of the Round Rock Public Library. We thank you for sharing your creativity.)