Whitehall Street

Posted in Poem, Undogegorized, yeah write by chamblee54 on September 23, 2014








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  1. What Did She Tell You? | Chamblee54 said, on September 30, 2014 at 1:55 pm

    […] Almost no rules, other than the 42 word mandate, were published. Chamblee54 published an entry, Whitehall Street in response to this prompt. Getting the backgrounds to match on the panels took some effort. […]

  2. Internal Genitalia | Chamblee54 said, on July 2, 2015 at 10:37 am

    […] that a shart circle was not a good idea. Within minutes, the comment was taken down, by request. Whitehall Street was a 42 word poem for a writing contest. It stated that MTF transpeople do not get pregnant. There […]

  3. 61 Things To Be Grateful For | Chamblee54 said, on December 25, 2015 at 9:00 pm

    […] you happy. It has been a slow year for writing contests at chamblee54. In August of 2014, a poem, Whitehall Street, was published. Almost immediately, an email came from the yeah write writing contest. Apparently, a […]

  4. Catalog Part One | Chamblee54 said, on June 22, 2018 at 9:35 am

    […] concept. Trifecta is no longer in business. Another writing contest, Yeah Write, kicked me out for this poem. Those are the breaks. The party goes on. Today, I am going to repost a few of the early poems that […]

  5. Catalog Part One | Chamblee54 said, on June 23, 2018 at 4:17 pm

    […] has priority over healthy diet Which brings us to the poem that got me banned from yeahwrite, Whitehall Street. The pictures were taken at a mural on Whitehall Street. Getting the background colors to match was […]

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