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    Tim The Tornado

    Tim was an ordinary boy until he became a tornado. It happened so quick and Tim was hurt ever since. Now that he’s a giant tornado, he's filled with rage and houses which is not a good combination. Tim...

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    • Dear Khala :
      I am amazed by your story, Tim the Tornado, because it was interesting.
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “It’s going to be a little hard for the government to control Tim.” I think this is shocking because Tim’s power seems to be a threat to the entire country as a whole.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because your writing is great. I hope to see what the country decides to do with Tim.
      Zach R

    • Dear Khala,
      I enjoyed your story ¨Tim the Tornado¨ because I’ve never heard of such a story but it was rather interesting. One part I liked from it was ¨Tim twisted all through Texas and Mexico, growing bigger and bigger¨. I liked this point because it brings out texas and Mexico which are places where a lot of tornados hit and many lose their houses. Even when you brought out that it would be hard for the government to control Tim it makes you wonder where he will strike next. I hope to see a part 2 of Tim the Tornado.
      Mario Gonzalez.

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    This piece inspired by Angie Thomas, who wrote the book “The Hate U Give”  The speaker in the poem is Khalil’s Angel who was murdered by Office 1-15 in front of his best friend Starr Carter. Khalil like many ot

    I know this...

      This piece inspired by Angie Thomas, who wrote the book “The Hate U Give”  The speaker in the poem is Khalil’s Angel who was murdered by Office 1-15 in front of his best friend Starr Carter. Khalil like many...

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    • This poem is so powerful and if it is about you or the character in the book I really appreciate the thought and hard work you put into it. You managed to tell an entire story with just a few stanzas! Very powerful and well written,

    • the poem was written really well i like how he kept it third person point of view it was also detailed really good keep up the good work. Ramon Velez

    • Khala,
      I really like your work. I think this is a very powerful piece. This is also a very prevalent issue in our world today and I really enjoy the way you chose to approach it. It is so heartbreaking that there are so many African Americans out there who will never get justice like the boy you wrote from the perspective of. Thank you for sharing a piece like this.

    • Khala,
      This is a great poem! I really like the way you wrote it and the topics that you talk about within it. It conveys a very powerful idea and it makes you think.

    • Khala, I absolutely love your poem! Your inspiration for writing it is so important in our society today. Everyone deserves justice in our world and it’s so sad that not everyone gets that opportunity. You’re poem is very well written and emotional. I love how you felt strongly about this topic and expressed your feelings in this way. I hope you continue to write poems. Your writings are making a difference!!

    • This was a very great book , The movie was amazing as well. I hope you enjoy watching The Hate U Give & Reading it.

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