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Does life go by fast or slow, depending on what you’re occupied by?

In the first four lines of the first stanza of the poem “As I Walked Out One Evening,” W. H. Auden introduces the poem by repeating its title and goes on to use a metaphor that rhymes which can spark a lot of different ideas for a lot of people. For me, I thought the stanza meant that a once-crowded […]

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My questions on “As I Walked Out One Evening” by W.H Auden

In the first four lines of the first stanza, Auden introduces the poem by repeating it’s title and goes on to use a metaphor that rhymes which can spark a lot of different ideas for a lot of people. For me, I thought the stanza meant that a once crowded block is now a empty, quiet field. As I walked […]

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Photos Of Central Park at West 94th

These pictures of Central Park are important to me because it adds a great amount of diversity when compared to other parts of New York. Print this page. Author Ethan

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Stamina

My name is Ethan Perez  I was born on September 15, 2003, my Grandmothers birthday was September 18, only 3 days apart. I’ve lived in every borough in NYC for a while except Staten Island. I went to a Catholic elementary school for a couple of months until I transferred to another school called PS 84 as a 3rd grader, […]

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I Remember

I remember when my friend, Jaden got hit by a car, but it wasn't that serious because the car was going slow, and from that day forward we warned everyonenot to do the Jaden every time they crossed the street. I remember the one dollar pizza store right next to my middle schoolthat I went to everyday after school, finding […]

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Brofist

 So there I was, the baton in my hand with a grip tight enough to peel the skin off of my palm running through the track for the  third lap, my great need  for breathe and water hits me The more I gasp for  air, the more dry my mouth gets increasing my thirst I finished the third lap, but just by chance, I want  to fall, I […]

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