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June 23, 2010 - Lola Latreille's first place CreekFest poem begins,

"How still the evening is!

No breeze whispers in the pine tree.

There is no bird song to break this magic hush."

Latreille's poem, "Moonpath," was only one of the recognized works from June 5 CreekFest Poetry Contest.

There were two categories of submissions based on age. Latreille's category of 15-and-older also recognized the second place poem, "On the Brow of the Storm," by Ellen Soroka, and two honorable mention poems: "Sun on Water" by Ed Van Slambrouck and "Schooldays" by Rick Stigleman.

The 14-and-younger category also brought about winning poetry, with a first place poem entitled "Frosty Peppermint Breath" by Serena Scholz. Second place went to "The Trip of a Wave" by Taylor Rieves, and honorable mention was awarded to Chandler Yarnall for "Michigan Waters" and Megan Genslak for "Water."

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