Tweet Titian! — The Winners
With over 150 entries from all over the world, it was a tough job for the judges to choose the best Twitter poem. Read the winners' poems below, along with feedback from the judges.
Jacqueline Saphra @jsaphra
How his painted virgins lie, suckling plump and ripe for sin: a blush of flesh, a yielding eye to coax each passing stranger in.
Steffen Hope @HopeSteffen
Tracks leading down the selvage woodland path. Clean bones; silence; the antlers his cenotaph.
Martin Haden @genieemartin
Our master took us hunting as his hounds we did not stray but spying Diana’s naked form Actaeon became our prey
Christina Farley @ChristinaGeek
I spied her bath, was hounded to my death- in Ovid, but the painter had it right; an arrow killed me- Cupid in vermillion &white
Next: A note from the judges