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December 31, 2015

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Joe

While you are grabbing a coffee, the kids can turn in their poems:

Haikus, sonnets, odes and a variety of different genres of poetry will come into focus over the first month of the new year at the Burlingame Library.

Local students between kindergarten and fifth-grade are encouraged to create their own original work and present it at the children’s desk at the library, 480 Primrose Road, in exchange for a new book of poems.

http://www.smdailyjournal.com/articles/lnews/2016-01-02/teaching-an-appreciation-for-poetry-burlingame-library-offers-reading-writing-events-for-local-students/1776425156096.html

Rain falling down now
Youth find time to compose prose
Elders drink java

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