“The first sentence can’t be written until the final sentence is written.”
~ Joyce Carol Oates
A few minutes ago, I decided to open a word document and freestyle, so of course I went right into poetry. Sadly, I wrote something depressing…so…enjoy, I guess.
(Please do not use this poem elsewhere without my permission)
Grease pours out from the cracks in the wall
Not a light to illuminate this dark room
A fiery hand against your icy skin
Is all that’s left within
A soft whisper breaks through your clogged throat
Laced with cold, icy-blue greed
The hand tightens to pierce your skin
An old legend just out of your grasp
Awake from the dream that was once known as “yourself”
You wander aimlessly, a puzzle piece
Searching for where you fit
But the empty spaces do not welcome
Such a misshapen shadow of the past
The flames lick your face
A whip of reminder and faith
“May the truth set you free”
But where is it said of the pain you shall feel?
A puzzle piece
One piece alone
Can never make such a complex whole
On its own
(Photo Credit: CBC.ca)
As you may know children in Canada have finished their first week of school and have started their second week of learning. Now that teachers have gotten to know their students, the question is, “How will the rest of the school year play out?”
With all the events that occurred this summer, the classroom is bound to be eventful, as well.
And so, dear teachers, here is some past, present, and upcoming events you should definitely discuss with your students.
“Writing is an exploration. You start from nothing and learn as you go.”~E. L. Doctorow
I’m a Canadian 8th grader working to broaden her view on the world. I plan on updating my blog every 5 days ~ 2 weeks and trying out different writing styles. I’d also like to increase my knowledge on subjects I rarely focus on. If you’d like to discuss something with me, please comment on my blog or message me at firstname.lastname@example.org.