Self-Made Bubbles Fog blocking and hazing over the happenings on the outside, we are barricaded and blind from being in our own higher worlds, with no ways for us to hear pass the harsh winds, that are quickly chewing them apart, They are stuck in what is bubble gum, unable to imagine a future as […]
This is my novel gallery walk about my novel study book “The Book Thief”
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The security of a forest As I was going through several themes looking for an essay that would peak my interest, I found this essay about the way a forest could make this author feel safe. I think the initial reason that I wanted to write a blog log for this essay is that Pamela […]
I like to think of myself as a determined person, however, I don’t particularly like the discomfort, that trying can have. So, the title “Discomfort” received my attention as I want to discover why someone was saying it could be good and important to be feeling. Daniel Libman, the author, of “Discomfort” reveals how he […]
Ray Bradbury’s short story The Veldt is about the Hadley family and how they live in a house is completely run by machinery. Bradbury illustrates the way how the majority of humanity is headed if we continue down this path when using technology. My poem was heavily inspired of the Veldt and how technology can […]
How Stories Can Change Your Perspective I love the thrill of reading and getting transported to a different world, so when I saw the title of this essay, “The Power of Story”, I knew that it would be of great interest to me. Nathan Alling Long did an amazing job of keeping me engaged the […]