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Get the judges laughing

The fifteenth free-to-enter Wergle Flomp Poetry Competition is now open to submissions of original humorous poetry from poets around the world, with a deadline of 1 April. First prize is $1,000, with $100 for second, and ten honourable mentions of $100 each. All winners will be published on the Winning Writers website and announced in the Winning Writing Newsletter, which has a circulation of over 50,000.

Wergle Flomp is a creation of poet David Taub, who submitted his poem Flubblebop to the North American Open Poetry Contest, run by US vanity publishing website poetry.com. It was a semi-finalist and an inspiration for the Wergle Flomp competition, which will accept not just humorous poems but also poems of inspired gibberish.

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