Haiku Kids

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Six el­e­men­tary stu­dents’ po­ems were se­lected for the Cre­ative Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Po­etry con­test. The po­ems this year were haiku.

A haiku is a short, non­rhyming poem con­sist­ing of three lines in which the first and third lines have five syl­la­bles and the se­cond line has seven syl­la­bles. This type of poem presents a chal­lenge be­cause they are dif­fi­cult to com­pose.

The six stu­dents were from the third and fourth grades. The third grade stu­dents are: Jack Ge­orge-Wo­mack, An­drew Mathis and Jes­sica Lamb and are stu­dents of Mrs. Mal­don­aldo. The fourth grade stu­dents are: Raeann Bru­ton, Emilio Jake and Kol­bee Orona. Th­ese three stu­dents are in Mr. Thomas’ class. The stu­dents’ po­ems will be pub­lished in the Cre­ative Com­mu­ni­ca­tion An­thol­ogy. Con­grat­u­la­tions to all of the stu­dents. Good job!

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