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Banned Books Week Haiku Contest Winners  

The 2013 winners of the Library's Banned Books Week haiku contest.
Last Updated: Oct 9, 2013 URL: http://libguides.huntingdon.edu/BBWhaikucontest2013 Print Guide Email Alerts
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National Banned Books Week (2013) - Student Haiku Contest

Banned Books Week Haiku Contest

2013

 

Please, do not say that

Do not write about that stuff

Because they said so

(Abigail Bellman)

 

Encouraging thought,

Do not burn the precious books,

Let all read and think.

(Kathleen Tatum)

 

 

Burning desire

To learn the worlds secret truth

Banned four fifty one

(Sarah Bethea, Fahrenheit 451)

 

 

Let the stallion roam

Through the minds of the children

Dark beauty roam free

(Sarah Bethea, Black Beauty)

 

 

Let’s misinterpret

The rye catcher in his field

Saving innocence

(Sarah Bethea, Catcher in the Rye)

 

 

Was Orwell prescient?
Are we free to read...or enslaved
To society?
(Caitlin Ray)

 

Faculty Judges: Robin Gunther and Tom Perrin (ENGL), Brenda Kerwin (LIBR)

FINAL RESULTS:

 

First place - #5 (Sarah Bethea)

Second place - #3 (Sarah Bethea)

Third place - #4 (Sarah Bethea)

HM - #1 Abigail Bellman, #6 Caitlin Ray, #2 Kathleen Tatum

      
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