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May 04, 2024

April Color Poetry Contest Winners

Submitted by Amber Shepler, Franklinton Branch Library Manager


By: Atlas

Color: Red

Age: 12


Be careful when making friends,

Even moths look like butterflies.

There are lots of moths to go through.

And if you aren’t careful

They might put holes in your favorite shirt,

Even if they do at least try to patch them up,

And if you don’t know how to sew,

Then you need to find the butterfly that can help you

Get through that and many more.

Escaping From Myself

By: Jordan

Color: Gray

Age: 17 


I was unhappy, alone, 

I couldn’t figure out how to get out of here. 

But all of a sudden, something changed. 

Where was I? 

What was this feeling? 

This feeling. A feeling of tranquility, peace 

There are no longer dark cloudy skies every day, 

But instead, clear sunny ones, 

I was finally on track again. 

But it’s so overwhelming, it's all so new to me. 

I don’t like it here anymore. I want to go back. 

But I can’t, I must hold on, 

I had to help myself this time. 

And so I did…

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