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Competition Winner| Four C


reative Writes and Muswell Flyer are delighted to announce the winners of our creating writing competition, which was themed ‘Four Seasons.’


The competition had two categories – under 18’s/18’s & over.


Kinga Gyokeres is the winner of the 18’s & over category with her short story, Spring of Hearts. Kinga’s story was evocative with an air of mystery. Kinga will receive three Creative Writes workshops.


Kelly Fitzgerald is the winner of the under 18’s category with her poem The Seasons. Kelly’s poem captured the four seasons through strong imagery and is wonderful to read aloud – give it a go! You can read the poem below, along with a word from Kelly herself!


We really enjoyed reading all of the entries, which interpreted the theme in a range of ways. Many thanks to all those who entered.


Seasons


Hi I am Kelly I am 12 years old and I live in Muswell Hill. I go to Alexandra Park School. I moved here last year from Spain. I read about the competition when I came home from school and thought well why not try. To write the poem I sat down and thought what is special about each season and it all just came together in a poem.


The seasons


For more information on Creative Writes workshops, which run regularly in Muswell Hill:


www.creativewrites.co.uk creativewrites@hotmail.co.uk


The seasons, they turn in endless rotation, Winter Spring Summer Fall, Winter begins and ends the year, it bathes the land in snow and frost, spring brings the heavy blossoms, with the promise of fruit, shoots begin to grow, summer brings the heat, orchards heave with fruit, fall brings the cascade of leaves, leaving the branches bare, leaving a carpet rich and rare, the seasons turn in endless rotation, Winter Spring Summer Fall.


By Kelly Fitzgerald 12 years old


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