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Star poetry contest winning poem

Slenderman by Davion White

His motives are unclear & blank
But his effect on me has sank
He makes me stare at his gaze
While I think & forget my ways

His long, slim body haunts my dreams
While his pale, blank face causes screams
Once you see him, you can’t look back
But it’s impossible to do a sneak attack

His illusion is the biggest fear
But I can still sense that he is near
His actions has raised the bar
But I can still hear him calling me from afar

His image strikes fear in your heart
But the victims’ souls are torn apart
The legends about him are spilling
But the truth about him is chilling

For anyone who takes this as a joke
I’m warning you, you will start to choke
Do not repeat his frightening name
If you don’t want to play his game

The Star poetry contest was announced on Page One of the Feb. – March 2019 issue. Students had until Tuesday, April 30 to submit poems. Every year the Star and other poetry lovers celebrate National Poetry Month, which is held in April.

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