This year we held a Valentine’s Day contest on our Instagram page at @nushjournalism. Students wrote and submitted poems about rejection, and we received 81 poems in all. Below are the first to third place winners, as well as the honorable mentions and other entries. Congratulations to all winners! first place Ernest Cheong M20307 Star-crossed’s a good word-a pair but apart, A fate in the stars too dense for my heart. I looked up at the stars one day-and what did I see But your moon-speckled gaze laughing at me. Too young, too fool, too crazed to understand, The weight of your heart in the palm of my hand. But why not try for a chance-my heart ached for you, And a fever-dreamed love and your love that was true. As sky-touched wish from an infant child, So my love for you was a love went wild. second place Leticia Tok M20506 Have you heard of that one funny saying? “Don’t let a poet catch feelings for you.” Maybe it’s not common, well I’m guessing …
the winning entries for the valentine’s day quatrain contest 2017
all the submissions for the valentine’s day quatrain contest 2017
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and in celebration, Journalism Club is holding a special Quatrain Contest! You can submit your original poem […]
the winners of the lmao bridge competition are out!! thank you to everyone who participated in the competition.
unfortunately, donald trump is now 2017 POTUS, which means that our feeble attempt to get him to move to antartica has failed.
maybe next time if more responses are received, the collective power of our wishes will work some wonders.
the results of the lmao wall is out !! do read the jokes carefully selected by our calliope editor and have a good laugh :^)
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