• My first impressions of “A Call,” by Seamus Heaney was that it had a very unusual form compare to most poems I had read.  It intrigued me, yet, at the same time, had a calming effect over me as well. A line

    • Dear Ariel,
      One thing I loved about your essay is how you elaborate on even the small things to help us have a bigger understanding of it.

  • Dear Ethan, I really like these photos, and I also like this part of the park, looking forward to what you post next

  • Dear Jillian
    I am thrilled by your post, “My first impression of sonnet 129 by William Shakespeare,” because , I love how you gave background information on the poem, and what william shakespeare was going through at the time, so we(the readers) can get some insight in on the poem lines your talking about.
    One sentence you wrote that stands out…[Read more]

  • Kalina commented on the post, Who’s Wendy Rivera? 2 months ago

    Dear Wendy
    I am impressed with your BIO, “Who’s Wendy Rivera” because I loved the determination and confidence you displayed in it.
    One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “ am a person who will push myself even more no matter how hard it can get.” I think this is great because it shows how determined you are to overcome any challen…[Read more]

  • I love the pictures, Wendy, very nice, really shows your love for Mexico, keep up the good work, can’t wait for your next post!

  • good, fun, and fresh!

  • Kalina wrote a new post, Fries 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    they hide their softnesswith hard outer shellswaiting to be bittenwaiting to be smelledtheir form changed frombulbous to greasy thinall thats left oversalt licked awayby hungry tongues

    • wow kalina i like this poem very much because it makes me laugh, but it also sounds like it can be related or connected to different things. And i like you draw readers in with the photo and the title, so BE HAPPY it is a very good poem.

    • Hi Kalina,
      I really like your poem and how you described the fries. I like how you used the fries as if they had feelings, for example by saying that they ‘hide’ and are ‘waiting’. This adds an extra touch of excitement to your peom. I also liked how you described the tongues as being hungry. Really great job!

  • Kalina wrote a new post, Reminisce 3 months ago

    I remember drawing on the terrace steps. I remember spending summers. I remember biking to the town pool with my sister. I remember eating pasta on the back porch at night and making smores around the fire pit.

  • Kalina became a registered member 4 months, 1 week ago