I am very touched by your poem, “The Universe Within Us”, because the relationship that you show in your poem of you and your mom is beautifully shown with all the metaphors that you use of the universe. One part of your poem that stands for me is where you wrote, “And the stars that decorate the universe with the light you belie…[Read more]
This is my poem about the community that Romeo and Juliet had to face when they wanted to be with each other. The main theme of this poem is when it’s two communities fighting against each other no one can
Thank you so much for sharing your poetry. A line that stood out to me was “We need to motivate people To stop this resentment. So love can be present.” because I agree with what you are trying to say. A connection I made to your poem is that the world has a lot of hate right now which is not good. Thank you so much for writing and I look forward to reading your next post.
I loved reading your poem! I liked the rhymes you put in, and about how you said that you“can’t put out fire with fire”; It’s great! I mainly loved when you said,
Because two communities can’t learn how to pacify?
Peace and love is a gate
To stop this hate.
Hate VS Hate
A lot of communities can relate.
We all have this trait.
It almost never goes away
Like a scar from some jaguar.
Hate VS Hate”
Thank you for posting your poem; Keep on writing!
I am surprised by your shadow box because you added things that I didn’t see anyone else add to your shadow box. One part of your shadow box that stands out for me is where you made a popsicle bed. I think this is unique because I didn’t anything like that and I wonder what it means. Another part that I saw is where you put I thi…[Read more]
Hi jessica i just wonted to say i love your shadow box Its very different and i like that you put the images of you and your brother to show that your the youngest and i like that you explained you counter and dominant narritives
I like how you talked about how dominant narratives are wrong about you like for example, you are not mexican you’re Guatemalan. This is also represented on your box because you have the flag. Also, I like how you don’t always see yourself as feminine, which is showed by you wear a duck costume which was really funny. Overall, your shadow box is well done with all the symbols and images in your box and also your artist statement was well done too because you talked about your counter and dominant narratives.
I am astonished by your shadow box. I love how in your artist statement you explain how many people may see you as one ethnicity but the truth is you’re not. You are a proud Guatemalan and that is truly shown in your shadow box.One part of your artist statement/shadow box that I loved was that you showed how people may believe that you are always feminine but you are not always feminine and that is shown by when you dressed up as a duck for halloween instead of a princess or any feminine costume. Thank you for sharing your wonderful shadow box and showing the world that dominant narratives do not define you. Keep writing and showing the world YOUR perspective.
Thank you for sharing your work. My name is Miella and I am a student at Fremont High School. Something that I liked about your work was you had artifacts that are important to you, and pictures. Something that I had a question about is was the project hard for you? Please feel free to comment on my work in the future. The address of my student blog is http://miellaefhs2022.edublogs.org/2018/11/06/assignment-3-the-identity-shadow-box/ Thank You!
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