|Swap Coordinator:||nigatsubebe (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Challenges Letters & Writing Newbie|
|Number of people in swap:||7|
|Type:||Type 1: Electronic|
|Last day to signup/drop:||December 3, 2022|
|Date items must be sent by:||December 10, 2022|
|Number of swap partners:||2|
Hi, everyone! I want there to be more newbie-friendly opportunities to rack up ratings before the December mail rush. There are SO MANY swaps right now that you need to have ratings to join. I'd love to help some people beat the clock.
I hope this swap is easy and fast for everyone! It's international because it's through Swap Bot Messages only.
What is your favourite poem? Why is it your favourite?
Song lyrics can count. I don't really sit here and go "oh, Outkast's "Hey Ya!" and the untitled poem at the end of AFI's Sing the Sorry is poetry, but like, this song by Britney Spears isn't." If you feel like its' poetry, it can count.
This one is online-only so it can go anywhere easily. You can message through Swap-bot if you like. You have TWO partners.
Write a short note, 1 paragraph (5-7 sentences) about things like how old were you when you read or heard it, what you like about it, what you don't like, if it brought up any feelings like being scared or romantic or wanting to solve a problem.
Include a link to the poem if you have one online OR copy + paste the poem in the message.
Everyone! If you didn't like the poem selection, do NOT rate down. If you received the link + the paragraph in your messages, on time, it's a 5. If you loved the story picked and they wrote a lot about it, consider a heart. This is a swap to be newbie-friendly.
If there are subjects that will offend you, you may want to comment that on this post.
If there are some very restrictive measures, such as only Xtian stories or no magic or monsters, be aware that your partner may not be able to easily share a poem that you may enjoy. It is not intended to be a google suggestion algorithm. Please do not rate down if your partner fulfills the swap 1 message (5-7 sentences) + 1 poem.
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