Students showcase their original poems for National Poetry Month

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Calling all creative writers! Here is a great opportunity to share your poems and celebrate National Poetry Month, which runs throughout the month of April.

National Poetry Month began in 1996 as a celebration to raise awareness and appreciation for the art of poetry. It’s organized by the Academy of American Poets.

Below, you can read poems submitted by other SHS students,  If you would like to participate, send an original poem to [email protected] or [email protected].

We will be adding submissions throughout the entire month, so don’t miss this unique opportunity to read your work in print.

Truth and Deceit written by sophomore Ulani Jordine
The Ghost in the Corner written by junior Samuel Raymond Watanabe
Hands Turned Memories written by sophomore Alanna Christman
I’m Five Years Old and I Can’t Sleep written by junior Nina Goldshmid
Alone written by sophomore Emma Kintz
Growth written by junior Nyla Estefany
The Moon written by junior Valerie Camacho
I’ll Help You written by sophomore Emma Kintz
Feelings On The Surface written by senior Kasim Petersen
Forever My Own written by sophomore Jasmyn Sanchez
Myself written by junior Naomi Spires-Nevarez
Dirt written by junior Benjamin Bentz
Always Writing written by senior Gabriel Howard
Death of War written by junior Benjamin Bentz
Toxic written by sophomore Victor Batista
Comfort written by sophomore Leslie Lang
Walking Through Nature written by sophomore Mehrin Hossain
Society written by senior Ashley Mayers
The Morning Has Come by sophomore Nicole Kolakowski

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