Two Sides of Wonder (An 8th Grade Student’s Poem on Being)

U sit and wonder in class,U sit in wonder at home,I wonder why,Why do I wonder,Why do u wonder? But isn’t it all wonderful When we wonder About being wonderful, Or when we wonder about What makes us wonder. I wonder why, actually I wonder why we wonder,And what we wonder. I wonder about my […]

A 7th Grade Student’s Poem for Black Lives in Los Angeles

Black Potential by Te’Aunee Turner We are BLACK, We are BROWN and we are even more than what they make us seem. They make us seem weak, worthless, and they use us as scapegoats. But the fact is We are preachers, teachers, singers, fighters, and leaders. Don’t you try to put US down because they […]