Full Hold, a poem written by Brad Osborne at Spillwords.com

I am honored again to have my poetry featured on Spillwords. I hate to ask, but popularity and metrics do drive their interest in other opportunities, so I humbly ask that you visit the site and vote using their five-star rating system. You don’t have to join to vote, but you do need to be a member to leave a comment on their site. You can also share the poem from their site using any of the common social media apps. I thank my faithful readers for taking the time to visit!

Spillwords.com presents: Full Hold, a poem written by Brad Osborne, whose writings cover fiction and non-fiction, and cross most genres.

Source: Full Hold, a poem written by Brad Osborne at Spillwords.com

Comments
15 Responses to “Full Hold, a poem written by Brad Osborne at Spillwords.com”
  1. Congrats Brad, I will go there and read πŸ˜ŠπŸ™ŒπŸ‘

  2. petespringerauthor says:

    Well done, Brad! I cast my vote. (Hintβ€”It wasn’t for the debate.)

  3. Congrats on another published poem! This was gorgeously made visible in my mind by your words!

  4. I was vote number 10. 5 stars for you my dearest Brad. You deserve them.
    And I am so happy I can be here for you. Congratulations from the bottom of my heart. Beautiful poem.
    Sending you plenty of love.
    G.

  5. Jim Borden says:

    congrats – you are becoming a regular!

  6. Geri Lawhon says:

    Wonderful poem about greed. I really enjoyed it and I am glad you were featured.

  7. jupitergrant says:

    Congratulations 🎊

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