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Compilation of entries in the publisher's Student Poetry Contest. Includes award winners in four divisions from grades 3-12 and a description of the Spirit of Education award. Compilation of entries in the publisher's Student Poetry Contest. Includes award winners in four divisions from grades 3-12 and a description of the Spirit of Education award.


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Compilation of entries in the publisher's Student Poetry Contest. Includes award winners in four divisions from grades 3-12 and a description of the Spirit of Education award. Compilation of entries in the publisher's Student Poetry Contest. Includes award winners in four divisions from grades 3-12 and a description of the Spirit of Education award.

41 review for Eloquence: 2015 Poetry Collection

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cydneeb

    In this poem, To Be a Women by Jodi Aleshire, in the Eloquence 2015 poetry collection. It is about this girl who shows that women should not be stepped on and that women are stronger than men are. That women areas capable of doing things as men are. That women are who they are. They are perfect and that they don’t need any guy to tell them that. This women is very strong and independent, and knows that she can do anything. That men do not control her she is a very confident women. She is strong In this poem, To Be a Women by Jodi Aleshire, in the Eloquence 2015 poetry collection. It is about this girl who shows that women should not be stepped on and that women are stronger than men are. That women areas capable of doing things as men are. That women are who they are. They are perfect and that they don’t need any guy to tell them that. This women is very strong and independent, and knows that she can do anything. That men do not control her she is a very confident women. She is strong and knows who she is and what she can be. She knows that she can be better than she was yesterday and better than she will be today. What I loved about this poem was, that It shows how strong us women are and can be. I love the power you can see by the way the words were written. And how much confidence it gives me that i know who i am and that men don’t control us and that we aren't there’s to have, that they have to earn us. Something i don’t like about the book is I don’t know who Ophelia, Lolita, Rosalyn, and Guinevere are.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brenna

    A poem I wrote is in this book! I love this book and reading all of the other students’ work. Although my poem is really bad since I wrote it when I was like 9 or 10.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Moises M.

    As children grow up in size, they also blossom in a direct relationship, or even more, artistically. In fact, as shown in Eloquence: 2015 Poetry Collection, around upper elementary school students and older can compose something very eloquent that they could, in my opinion, take poetry as a career. Though they were not on the level of Langston Hughes or Carl Sandburg, they were at an aptitude that I can only hope to reach. This book is a spectacular compilation of works by creative students all As children grow up in size, they also blossom in a direct relationship, or even more, artistically. In fact, as shown in Eloquence: 2015 Poetry Collection, around upper elementary school students and older can compose something very eloquent that they could, in my opinion, take poetry as a career. Though they were not on the level of Langston Hughes or Carl Sandburg, they were at an aptitude that I can only hope to reach. This book is a spectacular compilation of works by creative students all around Utah depicting how much creativity that a working student can have and use to write something great. This is one of very few books that demonstrate the literary work of students, and in an excellent fashion. All of the pieces of work use rich vocabulary, which allows a continuous thought through out each and every poem. I find interest in this book due to the symbolism it contains, using objects or animals to represent something that happened. In this book, sayings are also turned into short poems by using certain events to depict the real meaning. In this book there is also a peculiar and unique point of view, which demonstrates that every poem has different perspectives.

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    Nichol Taylor

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    Taylor Isbell

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    Jae

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    Zairah Guillen

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    Jimiyah Stewart

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    Katie

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    Brooke Spradley

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    Lillian Huyana Hall

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    Miranda

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    Nithya

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    Myrka

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    Maria Aviles

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    MANDY

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    Nayeli Magana

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    Anna Wagner

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    Genesis

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    Abbi

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    Katoya Francis

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    Caleb Johnson

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    Alex

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    Emily

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    David

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    Emma Landen

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    Cinthia Salazar

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    Hannah

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    Oaklands Mami

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    Rasheed J. Harris

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    Steph Eley

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    Kearrya Mcgloster

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    Elijah

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    Alaina

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    Eliza Julius

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    Brianna Altland

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    Morgan Hill-Edgar

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    Zaevan

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    Levi

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