Booker T. Washington Middle School at 108th between Amsterdam & Columbus is a place I grew up, from the age of 6 years old. Booker T. Washington was a place where I went every day after school throughout the
I am amazed at your comment on “Washington Middle School” because they talk about school and a basketball game. I am from Mexico but I live in California. One phrase you wrote that makes me interesting is “When I was young, I used to be apart of the dancing crew and also ran track for a couple of years.” Because he speaks like he was a person who went and liked to walk partying.Thanks for your comment I hope to see what you write next because I was interesting.
I am excited about your post, “A place I will never forget” because you are describing how you felt when you were doing that kind of thing and even if you change the program, those memories will remain in your heart.
One phrase he wrote that caught my attention is “As a group, we will always be at Booker T Washington Park, watching people play basketball or like the children we were good morning” I think this is exciting because before coming to the States United, I played soccer with my friends, we challenged other grades, that was when I was in sixth grade and you said that it is something you will remember, I remember it a lot because until now they were very beautiful moments when I was going to Mexico for my house there is a court and with all my neighbors and my friends, we play and have a great time.
Thank you for writing. I hope to see what you write next, because I would like to know if you have more beautiful memories, oh, if you got into new programs and could tell how your life is going at this age.
My first impressions of the poem “To My Dear and Loving Husband” were how Anne Bradstreet wrote this poem to prove her or maybe someone else’s point of view of her love to a certain someone. One of her
I am exuberant by your poem “ Anne Loftus Playground” because one of my favorite places is park also that i use to go everyday after school to be with my friends.
One part of your artwork that stands out for me is where you spoke about how much you use to love the place so much but you grew out of it,because that’s how i also fee…[Read more]
I feel exuberant when I read your poem “ Anne Loftus Playground” because one of my favorite places is also a park that i use to go everyday after school to be with my friends.
One part of your piece that stands out for me is where you spoke about how much you use to love the place so much but you grew out of it, because tha…[Read more]
I wanted to be down all my life.Being able to feel that freedom.Where i don’t need to be told to come home right after school.I feel trapped at home.I always wanted to walk around the block,And maybe sit a
Dear Charissa :
I am Curious by the age you were when you started going to the park your Photographs of , “A story to tell,” because you show that you are at a basketball court, did you only go to the court when you were younger
One part of your Life story that stands out for me is where You talk about how much you did when you were younger I think this is interesting because… not a lot of kids do as much as you said you did when you were younger
Another part that I found interesting is where you went there everyday after school and in the summer This stood out for me because you must have loved that park to go there everyday, showing how much it means to you
Thanks for your story . I look forward to seeing what you make next, because the amount of detail you put into your writing is amazing, you describe it really well.
I am thrilled how strong of a person you’vDear Lae become after reading your bio “Giving Free Rein to Life,” because you shared how you use to get sexualy asulte and being young and pregnant, and still being able to go to school, never saw or heard someone fight for what they want instead of giving up.
One sentence you wrote that sta…[Read more]
I like that you seem very persistant seeing that you have moved back and fourth from PA and NY. transitioning schools might have been hard for you. Tell us more about that experience. How are you liking your new school so far?
I am in agreement with your bio and feel that I can relate because I also go to harvest and have picked up on some of the things that you have. Being that I’ve been here for a little longer I’ve had more time to get adjusted but your doing fine and you’ll be good.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “Yes, I find it overwhelming, but I do what I gotta do to through it. I find myself around a lot of people at different times, and alone at others.” I think this is very honest because I also feel the same way. Even though school is a place where we interact the only thing that really matters is you getting your education reguardless if your alone or not only you can control what you do with the opportunity of school
Your Poem in a way reminds me of my freshman self and to be honest I’m kind of still the same Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write
Dear Charissa :
I am so happy for you I also have a baby sister she is 15 months. I am happy about your post “Cha-ri-ssa!” because… I really think i can relate to the this. Also it was interesting to hear about your life. and it was really One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “high school in my eyes is okay. ” I think this is interesting because… Another sentence that I really liked was: “a first-year student at Harvest Collegiate high school.” This stood out for me because… I am too!!
Your bio reminds me of something that happened to me. One time … in my life
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next hopefully its soon. Maybe we can speak more in school so we can talk more about our sisters and family together. One last thing why do you choose a picture of your sister and not you.
I am from my bed, where i spend most of my time .I am from a bedroomWhich i enjoy being when i need to be all alone I am from where i have doormen who open the door for me when i walk inside my buildingI am from
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