National Poetry Month


You can read poems fromClass E3 on the Student Writing Board or click on the picture below!

There are a lot of ways to enjoy and celebrate National Poetry Month, here are a few:

-All classes and levels are invited and encouraged to participate

-The topic of the poem must involve “Being an immigrant in New York City”

-All poems must be sent by Friday, April 27th 2012

-Only one poem per person please

-No longer than 1 page

-All poems must be original (do not send anything you didn’t write)

-Email poem to with the subject as ‘Poetry

-We will read all the poems and together we will vote on a winner

-The writer of the chosen poem will receive a small prize!!!!

-Good luck and pleasant poeming!!!


8 thoughts on “National Poetry Month

  1. Angela Liu says:


  2. Angela Liu says:

    Cool!! It sounds good

  3. We’ve already begun to get poems!

  4. Se Bai Ling says:

    Poem (1)
    In the quiet night
    So bright a gleam on the foot of my bed,
    Could there have been a frost already?
    Lifting myself to look,
    I found that it was moonlight,
    Sinking back again,
    I thought suddenly of home.

  5. Se Bai Ling says:

    Poem (2)
    A night-mooring near maple bridge
    While I watch the moon go down, a crow caws through the frost;
    Under the shadow of maple-trees a fisherman moves with his torch;
    And I hear beyond Su-Chou, from the temple on cold mountain,
    Ringing for me, here in my boat, the midnight bell.

  6. Se Bai Ling says:

    Poem (3)
    Women are look like beautiful color flowers;
    They sound look like a queen’s smillingly;
    They taste look like sweet bee-bread;
    And it smell like a mango;
    They can make feeling happiness of your life.

  7. Nice poems Se Bai, I believe the first to are classical Chinese poems. Is the first from Li Bai? Who wrote the second one? I know who wrote the 3rd poem. You should email one of your own poems to and enter our Poetry Contest!

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