The Seasons Songs: A Portfolio of Poetry

The Seasons Songs
A Portfolio of Poetry

Submission Call

 “The spring, the summer, the chilling autumn, angry winter changes their wonted liveries
- William Shakespeare

With the successful completion of my first poetry book “Shades of Love and life”. I am making an attempt for the publication of the second poetry book. It would be in the form of an edited book with collection of poems from poets like you and me. If you are a poem lover poet like me who are interested in sharing their emotions through poems and want to share it to the outer world, you may send me your poems for the book. The theme of the book is on “SEASONS”. So show to the world the creative side of your mind on any of the seasons of the year through the poems. Your poems can be on any aspect of the six seasons- spring, summer, monsoon/rainy, autumn, winter, fall. It could your thoughts about a special person in specific season, it could be your feelings on the arrival of a specific season, or it could be memories during any season, or love of nature. The poets whose publication would be accepted would have the opportunity to see their work published in the form of a poetry book.  

Author Guidelines

·  Open to poets (above 18 years of age) from all over the world.
·  Maximum of two poems per person
·  Line Limit: 35 lines
·  No restrictions on poetic style or form
·  Write your full name, address, email and age and short biography
·  Send your passport size photograph (black and white)

·The poem submitted should not be published elsewhere in any form and is also not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
·It should not be a plagiarised work. It should be author's original work


·  You can email your poems at or send to my inbox at . Write  ' Seasons poetry ' in the subject line.
·All entries must be send by Sunday 30th June 2013

If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Kind regards,
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