Today during 8th period, I was impressed by Paige's singing and her ability to stand in front of a crowd and sing a song that is so meaningful and personal to her.
8th period student performers were once again amazing. The performance that stood out to me was Paige's song that she wrote, which was great, and her singing was phenomenal. I also enjoyed the poem she presented for us.
The fourth day of Writer's Week was very special, and once again stunning. The student performances have yet to disappoint me. They have all been absolutely amazing. A particular piece that stood out to me was Zayla Jyawook's. Her letter to her grandma brought lots of many different emotions to my heart, including both sadness and happiness. The emotion in her voice was so strong, that I was able to clearly see how she felt. It was an inspiring piece. The song Paige presented illustrated something that is relevant to many peoples live's today, and it was very put-together, and beautiful. I really enjoyed it. To be honest, all the pieces presented today were very encouraging and enlightening. They all taught me meaningful messages. At last, Writer's Week continues to be amazing and inspiring.
I thoroughly enjoyed Paige's unscheduled poem 8th hour today. It entailed a memoir in verse, consisting of a brief moment between her mother anfd herself. Moreover, I appreciated the minimalism in her plot, while maintaining poised and principal details that successfully offered depth to natural events
In 3rd period today, I saw G. Neri. I gained a lot of insight on a writer's personal life, which I had never heard anywhere else before. To be honest, I remember only one thing clearly, and that is Ghetto Cowboy. He shared images of a bunch of gangster-looking black guys riding horses, and that was very interesting to me. I would really like to know more about this community.