Poetry Recital for S2 Students
  Date: 11 April 2014
  Time: 2:55 – 3:50 pm
  Venue: Lecture Theatre
  Organizer: English Department
S2 students learned how to use various poetry devices in their poetry writing and appreciate the works of famous poets. At the end of the Poetry Course, more than 40 students read their poems to share their thoughts.
“Welcome to Secondary 2 Poetry Sharing. We are your masters of ceremonies!” First-time MCs felt nervous but they did a good job.
I don't love you anymore ~
Anson Chan
  What worries you ~
Limbu Simron
  Environment ~
Jennissa Ng
Love can change you for the better but hatred can change you for the worse. Why don’t we calm down and try to forgive?   This girl worries about exams. Thump! Thump! Thump! Her heart beats. Ding! Dang! Dong! The bell rings. The result turns out to be excellent!   Waste, rubbish and rags, make good use of paper bags; Plant more trees, pollution will be free; Saving nature is the best, Jennissa will do the rest!
My future ~Toby Lam   Fear ~ Lily Lam   Environment ~ Eunice Yip

What will you be in ten years’ time? Toby Lam is quite pessimistic towards her future.

  With the help of the dreadful zombies on the background, Lily created a spooky atmosphere when she was reciting her poem, Fear.   Eunice is worried about the environment. She suggested reducing, reusing and recycling plastic bottles, empty cans, cigarette butts and dirty sands!
Friends ~ Natalie Kwong   Acrostic Poem - Grace
Grace Leung
  I don’t love you anymore ~
Chris Ng
By looking at the rhyming words - fun sun, kind find, clever forever, we can see that Natalie has found some good friends!  

Do you know the name of this girl? Read the first letter of each line of this poem!


The thundering sound of Chris Ng tells us that she is in a bad mood! We wonder what made her feel so furious.

My family ~ Christy Chan   I don’t love you anymore ~
Elaine Cheung
  My future ~ Bobo Wong
Because of the negligence of her family, Christy expressed a feeling of solitude in the poem.   “I don’t love you anymore” is a taboo. Don’t say it if you don’t mean it.   Worried about the future? Listen to Bobo Wong’s advice – Pay good effort, get great reward !

Dialogue Poem – I Do ~
Vanessa Chung and Crystal He

Audience was amazed when this dialogue poem was read in two ways! You’ll get two completely different stories by reading from the top to the bottom and from the bottom to the top!