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Celebrating the Spirit Through Spoken Word


May 4, 2011 - Students in Miss O’Reilly’s grade two class at St. Raphael School had a Poetry Café to celebrate their writing achievements this year.
Every student had an opportunity to stand up and be heard at the microphone.
Here is a sample of one student’s work on "How to Heal a Broken Heart":
If you want to heal a broken heart,
First you need to give it some love to heal the first crack.
Next you need a hug to make the person happy.
That’s another way to heal a crack.
Then you can make a card to cheer them up.
It also heals a crack.
Of course, you need to be polite to the person or they will not like you.
That definitely heals a crack.
By:  Sabrina Folz



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