Win a flight for two people to a destination in Europe for writing love poems
Of course you will have to do it at 39,000 feet and in some of the dizziness bags that the easyJet airline places in its seats
Poetry at 39,000 feet high © Alamy
Celebrate love, with or without Valentine; which is everywhere and, in this case, also in the air As the song said.
The easyJet airline is willing to do it and has launched a contest so that you show the world your skills as a writer, of 'juntaletras', of 'apiñaversos'.
From this Thursday and until midnight on February 28, invite your travelers to write love poems in the seasickness bags which, then, must photograph and share on Twitter or Instagram mentioning @easyJet and using the hashtag #LoveSickSonnets.
The prize will be a flight for two people to any destination of the easyJet European network, always subject to availability and approval of the company, which will contact the winner.
The poems, which can be written in any language, will be valued by the British writer Daisy goodwin, which will take into account aspects such as artistic quality, originality and the relationship between the text and the world of aviation.
The first poets did not wait.