I am happy about how you wrote your poem, “two poems for beautiful beach,” because i like how u said like a u are the bird flying in the sky.
One part of your poem that stands out for me is where you says i feel like a free bird, but where is my home. I think this is awesome because… it show’s that birds fly where they want to an…[Read more]
My question is, will the world get destroyed? What I have learned in my religion about the world is that the world is going to end. Everything is going to get destroyed. All the people who are living at that time
Dear Aliyabanu, Honestly I’m not satisfied with your post because it is way to short and not very well planned out or thought of. Another reason I’m not impressed is that you didn’t even put in facts about this situation. Also, this is your opinion , when I came on here I expected to hear hard core facts and studies. So I kindly ask if you can next time make your articles or post longer and more scientific. Thank you and thanks for taking the time to read this
Dear, Aliyabanu I like that you took such a great well known bridge/ artifact and had a story line behind it. it was really interesting that you used imagery, because when I look at the picture I wouldn’t have guessed what they were saying.
The poem “Where I’m from” by George Ella Lyon makes feel like she went through a lot of hardship. She got pictures of her family that she couldn’t remember the faces of them. The benefit writing poems is to e
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