- First, the winners! In order, from first place to fifth.
- These entries were noted by the judges for honorable mentions.
- Here are entries that came in today, well-past deadline. Some people can't help it—they have to haiku.
- — BYU Faculty Editing (@BYU_FacultyEdit)Fri, Mar 04 2016 15:41:04Too late for the deadline, but my #GrammarDay haiku: Poor prescriptivist! | The singular they must stand; | put down your red pen.
- — Pam Webster (@WebsterPam)Fri, Mar 04 2016 14:00:47Between you and me, Mary is quite contrary. And she's still The Queen. #GrammarDay #haiku #CommaQueen https://twitter.com/MaryNorrisTNY/status/705745643025911808 …
- — TheEducationCompany (@EdCoLtd)Fri, Mar 04 2016 10:12:02
- March 3 (after the noon EST deadline)
2016 ACES National Grammar Day Tweeted Haiku
Here are around 150 haiku celebrating National Grammar Day. The winning haiku will be announced pretty darn soon. Happy National Grammar Day. For details on the contest: http://www.copydesk.org/
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