The important thing to know about me is that I like to play around with the people and I like to make people happy and I love when they laugh because of me. I was born in July, 23 and I used to lived in South
One part of your dialogue that stands out for me is
where you tell us benefit of bridge.
Another part that I enjoyed is where you describe the beauty of bridge.Why do you like to come here ?. This stood out for me
Because this is to know someone feedback how they think about the place.
Your video reminds me of something that I made
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Thanks for your dialogue I look forward to seeing what
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Best wishes with your art,
I adore this. It’s so short but there’s so much emotion. The relationship (whether platonic or romantic) between the two characters is so subtle, yet so beautifully bright. I aspire to write something like this one day.
i think your is very great fun and describes you the way you are. One thing I like is when you said ”
I am from “don’t trust Manjras” and “Topias are Intelligent.”
because your describe the intelligent and I liked then your have trust
Wow, this poem is really moving. You use images that help me picture where you’re from, and that also make me have questions and want to learn more. The first two lines of the poem are powerful: “I am from that place when I drive bicycle first time and I fall down so badly. / I left my parents where I am from.” Each of these lines shows a hard moment; one is much deeper than the other, but they both feel so real. Thank you for sharing such a personal poem.
I am sad about Willie Perdomo’s poem, “Where I’m from” because the police came to in his house without knocking on the door and they shoot his dad for no reason.
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