• Jason commented on the post, Acceptance 3 weeks, 5 days ago

    Matthew,
    This is top-notch poetry man, really makes you think. I feel like I’m being two stories at once and near the end the stories combine into one very powerful message.

  • Jason commented on the post, Don’t Leaf Me 3 weeks, 5 days ago

    Mackenzie,
    This is a really nice poem to hear now that spring is coming round, leaves are coming back finally. I missed the sound of the wind whistling through them, it helps me think.

  • Jason commented on the post, My Stress 1 month, 1 week ago

    Jordan, I think what you just described is something that everyone in high school has felt at some time or another. But what sets us all apart is how we deal with it. Give yourself a little perspective when your back is against the wall. What you do in high school CAN have a major impact on the rest of your life so choose wisely. Give yourself…[Read more]

  • Olivia, I liked your post. In an age where kids spend more and more time away from home and less time with their parents, Coaches can be an important source of wisdom and attitude. Without positive role models, kids can end up passive-aggressive, misguided, and suffer from a lack of confidence. Coach Cordova looks like a good guy, and your school…[Read more]

  • Malia, I found it fascinating how much a person’s mood can change after a few small changes to their appearance. But I personally don’t think it’s healthy to modify yourself with piercings or implants. I’m not saying its physically unhealthy, just mentally. If you can learn to love yourself the way you are, I think you’d be much happier than if…[Read more]

  • Aleksandra, I think you need to take a few deep breaths and consider what the worst possible outcome of this situation is. At the very worst you might be minorly inconvenienced, because out government has a system of checks and balances to keep anyone from gaining too much power. I would be more afraid of the gridlock in congress than a few bad…[Read more]

  • Lazy Laurence loved to lean in his chair

    He’d stretch his legs, crack his back, and let his bottom slide forward

    His mother would scorn him

    “Sit up straight! Stop slouching!”

    But Lazy Laurence loved to lean

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