JH English Monthly Writing Competitions – George Liu & Raymond Zhu martydukebox
JH English Monthly Writing Competitions – George Liu & Raymond Zhu
Our JH Monthly Writing Competition continues! We’re very pleased to share poetry from our winning writers in January’s competition, ‘Celebrating the New Year’, which asked pupils to write a poem celebrating the festivities of the most special holiday of the year. We’re proud of our winners who all come from Grade 8!: Emma Wu (1st place) Yoyo Yu, George Liu, and Raymond Zhu (runners up). We welcome you to listen to Raymond and George as they share their celebratory poems with Mr Speers as well as their experience crafting this poetry We recommend our listeners to reflect on the importance of this holiday and how poetry can celebrate the special events in our lives.
You could be on featured on Duke Box in the future too if you participate in our writing competitions!
Runner Up Articles Below;
Celebrating the New Year by Raymond Zhu
Celebrating the Spring Festival Modern poetry,
The New Year is a seed that crosses the emotional village
and sticks to the land with its chest.
In the warm season, it lights the dry flame of spring,
shining on mother’s silver hair.
The little body is filled with a grand spring!
The sound of joining one after another extends into a string of spring notes.
To celebrate the Spring Festival,
the modern poetry calendar gently opens to a new page.
Oh, the new year comes quietly to us with bright sunshine,
and we enjoy the joy with cheering hearts.
In the new year,
you have given us a lot of expectations and yearnings.
The New Year Is Coming by George Liu
January is almost over
soon it will be February
I know the new year is coming in a very short time
everyone everywhere will go home
to visit missing parents
A year of hard work is all for these few days
to celebrate and revel
during the festival
roadside shops are closed
all I can see is red
and fireworks in the night sky。