Need a break? Let your creative juices flow this spring and write some poetry during your down time. If writing is not for you, pick up some poems to read in-between classes or during a homework break.
1. Write an "I...
Black History Month is an awesome time to learn about Black icons in American history, but sometimes it can feel a little bit too much like, well, a history lesson. But Black history is anything but boring, and it's about...
Hello, lovelies. Take a peek at this original poem written by GL reader Emily, 13, and tell us what you think in the comments.
The sun comes over morrow’s name
Scented lilac breezes fill the air.
Morning dew on each little blade...
Hello, lovelies! Get ready to have your spirits lifted by this original poem by GL reader Bianca S. And trust us, every single word is true. Take a peek and tell us what you think in the comments.
Wishes in the Wind
There she stands, with her friends, trying to act confident. But she has a secret, should she tell? She mustn’t. She has insecurities, just like us all. And the problem is she’s scared. So scared...
Friends move on
If I want to start a new dawn
I will have to go through pain
People try too hard
To be considered "cool”
Old friends they discard
They end up looking like fools
They can pretend they can’t see me
Hey babes! A GL reader wrote this pump-ya-up poem. Take a peek and tell us what ya think in the comments. And don't forget to submit your own poem, story, picture or essay for You Wrote It!
“Wait & See”
Hey darlings! You Wrote It is back with a beautiful original poem
written by GL reader Mia H. Take a peek, then tell us what you think in the
I remember the days I spent with you
Midnight snacks talking...
Your mom made gingerbread men. Which do you bite first?
Duck the halls (and yourself) with
these pretty Duck Tape projects. Click HERE for the super simple
tutorials that'll have you singing "Fa, la, la, la, la."
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