Steemit Slam #1 – Theme: Leaving
Steemit Slam Week 1
The theme this week: LEAVING
Prize for 1st place: 30 SBD + 50% of this post’s author SBD payout
How to win:
- Write a poem, a story, a song, any form of lyrical content about the topic of LEAVING. This might be leaving for a journey, a loved one leaving you, a happy text, a sad text… What you make of the theme is up to your creativity. You may publish a poem that you have written any time in the past, but it must be originally written. Potential winners will be checked for plagiarism.
- Publish your text on Steemit with “Steemit Slam” anywhere in the title. Your tags must include “slam” and “poetry”, just like this post. You may include other tags as well.
- Upvote and Resteem this post so that more people can take notice of the contest and the prize gets increased for the winner, which might be you.
- Look for at least one other post during the contest that you enjoyed reading and upvote it. After all, this contest is about community of writers, and your goal should also be to find minds that think alike on this platform. You can find other participants when clicking on the tag “slam” under this post. Supporting more poets is possible and very welcome.
- Post a comment under this post with this roughly this structure:
This is my entry for the Steemit Slam, a [poem/ song/ haiku/ etc.] about [further description of your post, e.g. “my father leaving our family because of war”]
[link to your post]
I also highly recommend reading @[other steemian]’s post about [further description of the post]
[link to his/her post]
We will Resteem several entries that we support, but depending on the number of entries, we might have to get selective as to not flood our follower’s feed.
This slam ends on 9th of July. You may post your text on any day before this date!
The participant with the most successful post will be crowned the winner of the 1st Steemit Slam!
Remember, this Slam is about creativity, but also community!
Edit: "Most successful post" refers to individual votes. This means that Bot whale votes like @randowhale or @booster, as well as @minnowsupport or similar votes will only be counted if initiated by other Steemians. Obviously you may still use these, but independent votes will be taken into consideration the most.