Rahway High School Holds Coffeehouse-Style Poetry Slam

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RAHWAY — On Thursday, April 29, over 80 students came together to support the wordsmiths of Rahway High School at the annual Poetry Slam.  Over 40 students read from their works, including everything from traditional love poems to free style rap.

One end of the school cafeteria was set up in a coffee house style with snacks available for purchase.  Students have been encouraged to submit these works for publication in Ex Animus, the District Literary Magazine edited by Kim Kiefer, which will be published near the end of the school year.

Kim Kiefer, editor of the Rahway District literary magazine starts off the Rahway High School Poetry Slam.

Rahway High School students Rikkii Orange and Briana Dance read from a poem they have composed.

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