. . Winners Announced Here. . CONTEST: Begin with a favorite line from another poem, (or other literature) and "take off" on it in a different way. . PRIZE: $100. (You must have Paypal if you live outside the United States in order to collect your prize.) . SUBMISSION FEE: None. . WHERE: Post your submission in the comments section below. Include your full name and location. Example: John Smith, New York. One poem per poet. . DEADLINE: Sunday July 18, midnight EST. (Winners announced July 25.) . WHO: Anyone. Any age. . JUDGE: Cynthia Erlandson . EXAMPLE FROM THE JUDGE: "Across the pale parabola of joy" from P.G. Wodehouse's novel Leave It to Psmith Across the pale parabola of joy,Beyond the fountain spouting youthful streams,Beneath the universal truth of dreams,Eluding even Everyman's envoy,And looping past the point where paradoxIs juxtaposed on marrow meeting bone,Beyond the tyranny of ticks and tocks,The Answer lies---or stands, or sits---alone.There, where the questions quake outside his gates,The crux of time's eternity awaits. . .