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October 2021

Letter About The Poet X

Dear Lars Goosen,

 

    I’m having a great week right now. Today I have a theatre tech lunch and a soccer (football) practice. So how about you, anything exciting planned in the immediate future? How is school going? Are you having fun or are you already staring with glazed eyes at June on your calendar? At school I am reading a book called, The Poet X, By Elizabeth Acevedo. I am really excited to tell you about it.

 

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His Last Journey

He trudges through the barren landscape, through the icy ground that compresses as he walks. He watches the great tops mountains rise and fall as the ground writhes. A lump pushes its way through the earth, like a whale's back breaching the waves. As it passes below him he is borne aloft as if he had jumped on a trampoline. He lands on his back, feeling no spasms of pain. Even if he felt pain it wouldn’t stop him from reaching his goal. He had to get there before the light glowed and the earth turned over on itself. 

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A Passion for Showers

 

My Odd Hobby Explained

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It is nice finding that place where you can just go and relax

 ~Moises Arias

Everybody has that one place where they can go and relax. A place where there is no stress or worries. Generally people feel that a place like this is their bed, in front of a fire, or at a close friend's house. A person’s comfort zone is like a safe haven where they cannot be harmed.

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