• I believe in the “Glass of Menagerie” the main character is Tom. In the play, even if Tom takes off Amanda and Laura, he is often bandy even cruel toward them. He is also a man who does not care about what oth

  • I’m starting to write about “The Glass Menagerie,” by Tennessee Williams. The thing that destroyed the whole world was a virus that no one can see. Then this thing kills each type of class. It does not care if yo

  • Recently, I read the glass menagerie by Tennessee Williams. I appreciated the way that the author wrote this scene. I feel disappointed in this play because even if one personnage of this play was ambitious and w

  • We live in a world where some person want to use others. And they call it superiority race. However they forget in this low world no one has the right to judge someone or even have a control to use some p

  • Amanda is an active character. Her classic changes over the course of the play because sometimes she protects women and others are boring. At the beginning of the play, she is a classic defender . This can be se

  • Dear Housseynatou,

    I am choosing an adjective peaceful to show you my emotion that I feel when I read your letter AOC, “Thank You for Giving Youth Courage to Fight Back!”. Your letter was too emotional for me because it was much realist and had a great thought about all the stuff we are facing in our community.
    One sentence you wrote that s…[Read more]

  • Dear Leticia,
    I am choosing an adjective grateful to show you my emotion that I feel when I read your letter, “AOC Makes Me Giddy!”. Your letter was too emotional for me because it was much realistic and had a great thought about all the things we are facing in our real life.
    One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “ Education is the…[Read more]

  • Dear Representative Ocasio-Cortez,

    I am grateful for your Instagram video because it promotes and gives value to my generation’s behavior. Since some old people think my generation people kids are not

    • Dear Khadija,
      I am choosing an adjective thankful to show you my sentiment that I sense when I read your letter, “AOC Makes Me Giddy!”. Your letter was too perceive for me because it was a great conception of all the issues humans are facing in real life.
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “ I do totally agree with you when you are saying this young generation are not afraid to say something even if it will hurt. We’re not afraid to have those conversations”. I think this is sturdy because young people are not scared, we could not do anything so it is better to take this solemnly. Another sentence that I like was: “ as a Muslim woman, I can connect to some of her speech since it is hard in this society for some people to accept you as you are. In my opinion, I don’t think judge someone is a big deal .” This stood out for me because it is really difficult to accept who you are. Some people hide their identity because they are afraid of other cultures. I like to do some reading online and the thing that interested me was a book called “The Necklace”. Have you read this book? if not go read on google and I thought you might be interested in it because of the counseling this book wants to teach us.Thank you for your courage. Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you show in your next writing because I really like reading your written style and it helps me to open my mind about our society even though sometimes it is really tough for us to assume or bear everything. Yet I wonder if next time you can give us a deep conclusion? For more explanation, thank you, my dear.

    • Dear Khadija,
      I am enthusiastic about your AOC letter, “ AOC: Thanks for giving honors tot the young generations!” It is a wonderful letter where has an inspirational word and movement. I really liked the way describes based on logic and evidence on your statement that our new generation does not afraid to step back to take cation. they always on top of it.

      The one line that stands out for me is, “ I’ve also been learning about accepting yourself the way you are no matter what” it is not easy to be highlight yourself and gain respect from society when you are LGBT. people conceal their self-identity because they do not want to face humiliation and the stating eyes. we need to change these things. one action can bring a lot of people of courage.
      Your inspirational video and letter help me to understand how much our ideology changes. How passionate we are to changes things and make them better.

      Thanks for your story. I am looking forward to seeing what you make next.

    • Dear Khadija,

      I am thoughtful about your discussion ” AOC Thanks for giving Honors To the Youth Generation!” because it expresses how our voices may impact the society that we live in and by speaking up about the issues that remain in our society, we are the change to it . It is the most helpful way to be heard by others.

      One of the set of lines that standout for me is when you say ” don’t judge someone we should listen to people ‘s minds and that is totally clear to agree with. like” They’re not afraid to have those conversations. If anything, like I think they’re profoundly courageous because they’re willing to puncture more taboos and have conversations that, frankly, older generations sometimes struggle to have.” We are supposed to learn from each other and if one person does not have the courage to speak up to change society trough their voices, so it should be ethic to not stop those teenagers who have the worth to make a difference and be valients prior to the circumstance.

      Thank you for your sharing your story . I look forward to seeing what you make next.

  • Dear Leticia,
    I am Choose an adjective glorious to show you my emotion that I feel when I read your story, “Stories about Equality,”. Your summary story was too emotional for me because it was much realist since I really appreciate the way that you write your stories by showing us what it makes our society to have inequality or division. H…[Read more]

  • Dear Idelkys,,
    I am Choose an adjective graceful to show you my emotion that I feel when I read your story, “Learning for Life,”. Your summary story was too emotional for me because it was much realist and had a great thought about the three stories the way that all authors describe how education is the key of life.
    One line that stands o…[Read more]

  • Dear Issaka,
    I am Choose an adjective grateful to show you my emotion that I feel when I read your story, “America Inequality in Different Ways,”. Your story was too emotional for me because it was much realist and had a great thought about the three stories the way that all authors describe women blue with respect. And how society should t…[Read more]

  • We are still young learners so it is a full right to know what is going on in our community.Therefore, for my part I really enjoy these three stories because it reflects on me. Everyday use, for me is

    • Dear Khadija
      I am choosing an adjective to show my appreciation about your story. “Sometimes virtual life has no difference between real-life” because I like the way you use the theme to demonstrate the differences and similarities between the three and to explain what problems those authors try to solve have. One line that stands out for me is “ raising awareness among young people, and send strong messages to not judge anyone, whatever your situation” I think this line is thought-provoking because it catching my attention to know more about the main idea of the stories Since this sentence has a strong powerful definition to understand the stories. Another line that stands out for me is, “The same are both talks about the respect of people. ” I think this line is compelling because it makes me think about the level of the authors. Also, in life people do not have to disregard each other. Thanks for your Story I look forward to seeing what you make next. Since I would like to see the different types of stories in other situations that people don’t consider it. Then using some of the strategies elements that we can feel it more. And those can of things will bring me back to see other creations you made.

    • Dear Kadidja :
      I am inspired by your story, “Sometimes virtual life has no difference between real life,” because the fact that you are explaining respect based on the three stories are super strong. I like how you are connecting your point of view of the stories to the world. It’s like respect is the key to any door. One line that stands out for me is, “ the author is raising awareness among young people, and sending strong messages to not judge anyone, whatever your situation, the lesson that I learn from that is we cannot change people’s minds.” I think this line is fascinating because it is telling us that we the people should know how we cannot make others a better person. It will always be hard for people to hear the truth, because the truth hurts, but it is worth it. As long as there are people giving advice to the young generation, they will always listen to those. Another line that stands out for me is, “ Since each day our society gets those changes that include us because racist is not fish, social class is always about inequality and the issue of family is every day.” I think this line is interesting because it is important when a society wants change to understand each other. They can be selfish but they know how to get what they want. Thanks for your story. I look forward to seeing what you make next.

  • Hi Jasmine, I really like the way you make a connection with my poem through other book you have read. This is so fantastic and have emotion because is not only the connection of the story some has your personnel connection and it is fabulous. Therefore I hope to see you again to read others poems that I will made again.
    Thanks!

  • Thanks you Leticia for comment My poem with many emotion that I feel it. Even Thought you call it story. You make a great connections that I want a person who read my poem can make and feel.

  • Dear Fatoumata.
    I am choosing an adjective showing emotion of affectionate about your story. Your story, “Sisterhood” because I like the way that you explain how family sisters works despite all the things that will happen the family still be family. Also This story has one strong feeling that is you and I are one and forever. And doe…[Read more]

  • Dear Leticia.
    I am choosing an adjective showing emotion of excited about your story. your story, “It Is How I feel In Real Life” because I like the way that you give voice to a person that you are written for. And this is a situation that many problems have struggling for in reality life thanks to our society influence.
    One line tha…[Read more]

  • Dear Issaka.
    I am choosing an adjective showing emotion of enriched about your story. your story, “Dee’s plan to become rich” because you is teach us how women can be determined at the same ambitieuse. In an interest to succeed her life and for her family.
    One line that stands out for me is,“This was the ideal family I wished to came from or…[Read more]

  • Dear Jake.
    I am choosing an adjective showing emotion of proud about your Poem. Your Poem, “Martin Luther King”, because I like the way that you write a poem with more adjectives that most people think he deserves it. Also This poem feel like you are teaching something to someone .
    One stanza that stands out for me is,“Martin , Brave…[Read more]

  • My Maggie, My daughter,The love of my my life.I only want you to know,That when I’m struggling,Or dealing with strife,You are where I always go.Since in you,I see the daughter that I pray to have.When t

    • Hello Khadija, I really enjoyed reading your poem! In our American Literature class we read a poem every day, which has exposed us to various artistic styles and literary elements. I was intrigued to read your piece because of the heartfelt title and beautiful picture! I think poetry is such a good way to express emotion, and I especially liked: “The love of my my life./ I only want you to know,/ That when I’m struggling,/ Or dealing with strife,/ You are where I always go”. This reminded me of my own life, and how looking at it from the opposite perspective, I always go to my mother! Also, have you read “When They Call You a Terrorist” by Patrisse Khan-Cullors ( https://patrissecullors.com/call-terrorist-black-lives-matter-memoir/ )? Your poem reminded me of this book, and I highly recommend it. Although it does not show exactly the same family dynamic as the one described in your poem, one of a strong mother-daughter relationship, family is a central part of this novel. The main character, Patrisse (it is a memoir) has a very strong relationship with her father. She turns to him for love and help when she needs it, and he does the same as well. Even if you don’t look at this book, I really appreciate your time writing and posting this on Youth Voices! Thanks.
      -Jasmine

    • dear Khadjia,
      I am proud of your poem, “My Beloved Daughter” because your story demonstrates how a mother can love her daughter and share the affection that she has with her daughter. One line that stands out for me is, “My Maggie, My daughter, The love of my life.” I think his line is fascinating because your story to attract and hold attentively by a unique power. Another stanza that stands out for me is, “ I only want you to know, That when I’m struggling, Or dealing with strife, You are where I always go.” I think it is captivating because it excites the attention to someone to read over and over. Your poem reminds me of a story I once read. This story tell me how a child can be strong for her everything she has to go through difficulties. Thank you, my heart is still smiling. I look forward to seeing what you make next. I would really like to come back again to read your story because I found it very interesting the way you used the word of feeling to express the sentiments of mother toward her daughter. And also, Your writing is beautiful.

      • Thanks you Leticia for comment My poem with many emotion that I feel it. Even Thought you call it story. You make a great connections that I want a person who read my poem can make and feel.

    • Hi Jasmine, I really like the way you make a connection with my poem through other book you have read. This is so fantastic and have emotion because is not only the connection of the story some has your personnel connection and it is fabulous. Therefore I hope to see you again to read others poems that I will made again.
      Thanks!

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