“Oranges” Wins 2018 Poetry March Madness

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“Oranges” Wins 2018 Poetry March Madness


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The 2018 winning poem for Poetry March Madness is “Oranges” by Gary Soto. Runner-up “Once Upon a Time”, by Erin Hansen, put up a good fight, but when the time ran-out and the votes were tallied, only “Oranges” reigned supreme.

Congratulations to all the competing poems (and those who sponsored them)!

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