Winners of the Poetry Contest

The winners of the Wake County teen poetry contest have been announced.  There were 227 entries this year, so the competition was tight.  Congratulations to all the winners and all of the brave teens who were willing to put their writing out to be evaluated.  We are very proud of you.  The winners and runners up will be invited to read their poems at a poetry reading at the Cameron Village Library on Sunday, April 26th at 2 pm.  We invite everyone to join us.

Winners:

“The Championship Game” by Kaitlyn Jewkes – Salem Middle – 6th Grade
“Airport Delay” by Maddie Hren – Ligon Middle – 7th Grade
“Society’s Gate” by Emily Driver – Homeschooled – 8th Grade
“Crank” by Crews LaGrand – Panther Creek High – 9th Grade
“If Personals Were Poems” by Karina McCorkle – Enloe High – 10th Grade
“The Archer” by Michael Seebold – Keystone National High School – 11th Grade
“Just Push Play” by Chase Batchelor – Leesville Road High – 12th Grade

Honorable Mentions:

“The Real Hero” by Mackenzie Thorley – West Cary Middle – 6th Grade
“Rezak” by Hayley McHugh – Heritage Middle – 7th Grade
“The Moon” by Bridget Irish – ICDRC  – 9th Grade
“The Concert Hall” by Joanna Jourdan – Fuquay-Varina High – 10th Grade
“Enveloping Universes” by Justin Adams – Leesville Road High – 11th Grade
“Unconventional Sestina” by Sarah Brady – Holly Springs High – 12th Grade

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