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Kazi Maisha
Kazi Maisha Woodside / United States, Female, 17
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  • (8/6/2014 11:33:00 PM)

    Why thank you Sir! :) What's funny though is that in no way do I have any personal connection with the Holocaust. Hence, such a compliment was definitely very nice of you. I did this poem for a social studies' project.: P Thank you again Sir! :)

  • (8/6/2014 11:29:00 PM)

    Wow, This is a very emotional poem, and its very relatable. Just today, a little boy in the park started crying because, apparently, this guy was being racist and calling him names like white boy and stuff. Even though names like stupid, crazy, and regard are used commonly today, you're right. What's common in this case is absolutely cruel. Even though people may say I'm too young to understand and just lying- I'm 13, teenage girl- I've learned that it's not right to call others any type of bad names-even if it's not a considered a curse word. Obviously, then, we have other teenage girls who'd laugh thinking I was such a goody two shoes or something. Yet, I completely support and stand by what you say. It's not right to call that boy you're crush likes a player. It's not right to call that girl a slut just because she talks to lots of boys. You know what I mean... This is a very good poem. Btw, I was reading your description and guess what? I'm an INFJ, too! Hi-five to my INFJ buddy out there! :)

  • (7/19/2014 12:51:00 PM)

    I love the simplicity of this poem. What's funny is that my nickname is a broken recorder since I talk a lot ^_^; so I can totally relate to this poem of yours. :)

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