Dedicated to my Mom and Dad for supporting me while I grow.
May 11, 2021
Before I knew the wonderful doors books could open, I didn’t like to read outside of my comfortable zone. Piggy and Gerald was an all-time favorite. It was funny, it had pictures, and I could easily read the quotes. But then, things started to change. In Kindergarten, at Trinity school, I read a comic book with my reading partner. There were many pictures and only a few words which was encouraging. When I was done with that one, I read more books and fell in love with reading. I gradually started to read books with mostly words. The words painted pictures in my brain so I no longer needed the illustrator to draw them. Wings of Fire is a special book to me because the characters are mostly dragons and the genre is my favorite, adventure.
I start the piano Pressing the first few keys So different from the violin that brushes the bow and trumpets that blow out notes from the air This instrument is hard! My mother says it’ll be all fine But I still worry What if I can’t do it? I finish learning what the keys are And I start having fun A grand piano arrived Big and beautiful My mother once said You can do it It’ll be alright She is right
Moving to America
I have allergies My family is concerned We move to America I miss my home When will my family ever go back? I meet a doctor She thinks in different ways than others Now I can eat many things And have a happier life So glad that I came to America
My stuffy’s sufficiently magical mind Yearns for me to stay and play all day
Zebra dreams sometimes seem extreme Eyeing a lying lion. He bustles towards their muscles Blissfully hissing around suspiciously Ready to be steady, he finds a shedding teddy Activates his stripes for an activity of amazing mazes