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Tautogram Challenge

By Dean F. HardyPublished 2 months ago 1 min read
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Watching waiting wishing


Wanting waning wondering


Working warring waging


Worship warlords wrecking



when will we

whisper willpower,

whisper wisdom?

when we're willing,

when we're Worthy...

surreal poetrysocial commentarysad poetry

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Dean F. Hardy

Writer from Dublin, Ireland.

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  • Concrete Angelabout a month ago


  • Linda Rivenbark2 months ago

    Impressive!!! Very creative!!!

  • Jawad Zaman2 months ago

    Wonderful ❤️❤️❤️

  • Loryne Andawey2 months ago

    Some tautograms mash words together. Others string them along nonsensically. Then there are tautograms that make you think, reread and linger. Yours is one of them. Well done!

  • John M Edwards Jr2 months ago

    You are really talented.

  • Sarah Wilcox2 months ago

    Wow. Astounding job I’m definitely going to add Tautogram to my list of try to do’s 👏🫶🏻

  • Shannon Loewen2 months ago

    Wonderful work! ;)

  • Rilaya2 months ago


  • KJ Aartila2 months ago

    Awesomeness! And congrats on the Top! :)

  • Muhammad Naveed2 months ago

    well written check mine too. it is not for any competition https://vocal.media/poets/sensual-sway '

  • Mariann Carroll2 months ago

    Wonderful 😍

  • Dana Crandell2 months ago

    Great job! Congratulations!

  • C. H. Richard2 months ago

    That last line brings it all together. Well done and congratulations on Top story ♥️

  • Cathy holmes2 months ago

    this is one of the best. Congrats on the TS

  • Mark Graham2 months ago

    Great work the letter 'W'. I am thinking of trying this. I have tried something like in my nonsense poem stories.

  • Rilaya2 months ago


  • Meg2 months ago

    This had such a nice flow, a seamless read! Congrats on top story!

  • Gina C.2 months ago

    Congratulations on Top Story!! So well-deserved!! 😍😍😍

  • SAAD ABBASI2 months ago


  • Mohamed Jakkath2 months ago

    Dear Dean F. Hardy, I read your Tautogram Challenge, and I must say I was thoroughly impressed. The way you played with words in such an inventive manner is truly remarkable. Your use of alliteration is not only entertaining but also challenging. It is not easy to write a poem with such a constraint, yet you managed to create something beautiful out of it. The way you structured the poem with four stanzas, each starting with a different letter, is an impressive feat. The poem flows smoothly and has a musical quality to it. Overall, I think you did an excellent job, and I look forward to reading more of your work. Keep up the good work!

  • Thavien Yliaster2 months ago

    This poem is a straight "W." Reading it was a "W." I bet that when You completed it, You felt the "W." I bet when You were writing it, even when You were struggling and stacking "L"s, that You felt that You were working Your way to a "W." This entire poem is a "W."

  • ARC2 months ago

    This is excellent. Blown away at how good this is. Bravo!

  • Ash Taylor2 months ago

    Fantastic job!

  • Kristen Balyeat2 months ago

    This is great! Congrats on top story!

  • Caroline Craven2 months ago

    Fantastic! Well done!

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