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  • ethanp

Dear Tyler I understand where you're coming from but I have no idea what you're trying to get at. Their is a difference between poems and stories, I feel this is a poem that is not meant to be understood but to be taken as advice.

Dear Julissa, It's funny how in "My view of the East River" you decided to choose the old-fashioned camera besides the advanced one because it took all the fun out of it, I also find it nice on how even though you didn’t like the camera, you accepted it...

It's funny how you decided to choose the old-fashioned camera besides the advanced one because it took all the fun out of it, I also find it nice on how even though you didn't like the camera, you accepted it anyway as a gift from your mom. Even though...

That must've been one of the best times to take those photos, that balcony is a big part of your life huh?

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I Remember View Comment
  • @ethanp
  • May 1, 2019

i know right?

you seem to have been into a lot of sports, according to the "etc. " you seem to have a wide imagination, though i cannot relate to much because i dont have a brother or sister ya heard?

i feel that this is not only a bio, but advice for others that may have hit a roadblock of some sort, if I read this bio when i was in middle school i'd probably have less regrets than i did. For example, in middle school i was competitive...

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A Girl Named Zariya View Comment
  • @ethanp
  • March 25, 2019

i love this i love the part about your dad taking the bullet so brave

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Afternoon Sky View Comment
  • @ethanp
  • March 19, 2019

what a nice way to describe a rainbow, there are a few things you can remove and include but it's good nonetheless

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raining View Comment
  • @ethanp
  • March 19, 2019

Why do I get this feeling that before you published this, the poem of yours was longer, and you deleted the bits you didn't really need to make your poem more powerful, which it surely is. Am I right or nah

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