You did it! Congratulations! I am very impressed! You wrote 24 poems in 24 hours. This is an achievement that few poets ever accomplish. Although, if you are a returning marathoner, some of you might be accomplishing it for the second or third time or fourth, fifth, sixth or even seventh time!
Now you should probably go get some sleep.
After every marathon I have participated in I have been filled with exhaustion but also a tremendous sense of achievement. I hope you have that too.
In the past I have personally verified that everyone who applied for a certificate was eligible and then I would make a certificate. That is not possible this year and so we will be operating on the honor system.
If you completed the full 24 hour Poetry Marathon please consider the following certificate yours, to update with your name, to print if you choose to do so. We will be taking feedback into consideration, so if you really feel strongly about this new state of affairs please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to explain your position.
Only use the link below to access the certificate if you have completed the Full Marathon.
Click on the link below, and save the PowerPoint file to your computer, add a text box. Type in your name, then save as a JPEG.
Download the Powerpoint for Editing
(Note, for optimal formatting, you may want to add the fonts Nixie One, La Belle Aurore, and Cedarville Cursive to your computer.)
The visual example of what the certificate will look like is right below this text.
Also this year we will be putting together a 2022 Poetry Marathon Anthology.
Submissions will open July 6th and stay open till the 22cd.
Full anthology submissions details will be available on the 6th. All submissions must be written during the 2022 Poetry Marathon.
Digital copies will be made available for free to any contributor. Print copies will be available for a reasonable price and any money that is made from them will go towards covering the cost of the marathon.
Want to know what the 2021 Poetry Marathon Anthology was like? Pick up your copy here.
10 thoughts on “Congratulation Full Marathoners”
What about us who completed the second half marathon ? Shall we use the link you posted after 12 hours.?
You could, but I did also post this for the second half marathoners: https://thepoetrymarathon.com/the-poetry-marathon-prompts/congratulation-half-marathoners
Thanks. Great job, all of you. I am impressed by the promptness and patience with which you respond to our queries ( sometimes superfluous). Stay safe and blessed all of you
Loved the experience! Thank you so much! Congratulations to everyone who completed the marathon!!
Nevermind,,, I just edited the FULL MARATHON certificate to make a HALF….
This was my first time, and I loved the experience! I had originally registered for the half marathon, but extended for the full and successfully completed it. Thank you for organizing this. It was wonderful.
Thank you so much for coordinating this! It was a fun challenge.
so for submissions, do we send them to the same email address as last year?
Where could the contributors access the digital copies of the Anthology?
You should receive an email containing this.