All the topics I learned in Introduction to Creative Writing will stay with me. After taking this class, I’ve learned a lot more about writing and I know I’m a better writer than I was when I first started. Every week I learned something new and interesting. We began the term by learning about poetry and then transitioned to short stories. We discussed, read, and wrote different types of poems, short stories, and drama. One of the types of poems that was new to me and I enjoyed learning most about was concrete poetry. The reason it caught my attention…

What makes dialogue interesting to me is for it to be meaningful. When I watch a movie, show, or documentary I want the dialogue to move the story forward. Additionally, I like when dialogue reveals important information about the story or about characters. I know the dialogue of a story is great when I am glued to the story and I can’t wait to find out what happens next. On the other hand, I know the dialogue of a story is bad when I am not interested and the dialogue is mostly useless exchanges and not significant to the story…

I heard many stories while growing up. Some of the childhood stories that stuck with me are the stories of “Jack and the Beanstalk”, “Pinocchio”, and “The hare and the tortoise”. These three stories are popular and something from each one has stuck with me. For instance, in the fairytale of “Jack and the Beanstalk”, what stuck with me was the fact that the magical beans grew so tall and led to a castle above the clouds. Additionally, what stuck with me from “Pinocchio” was the fact that his nose would grow every time he told a lie. I found…

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  1. He didn’t finish the season
  2. He didn’t get the chance to play in a playoff game
  3. The 19/20 soccer season ended unexpectedly with no postseason
  4. It was a Friday night and the weather was not to blame
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  6. If he knew that was his last game, he would have left his heart on the field
  7. Nevertheless, he needed to be careful because the world turned unsafe
  8. The ride back home was sad as the team healed
  9. Everyone looked forward to the next game: a game of rivals
  10. He got off the bus…

The creative writing process of writing about nature poems using emojis was fun and thought provoking. The process was fun because there were hundreds of emojis to choose from and each emoji can mean something different based on how it’s used. Since there were many emojis to choose from, it was challenging choosing which emoji fit best. In the end, we hope that each reader will understand each message differently. That’s what makes poetry great.

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Hi Eric! I 100% agree with the way you feel about poetry because I feel the exact same. When I was first introduced to poetry, it was hard to understand the bigger picture the author or poet were trying to convey. And like you said, in those instances, it is frustrating to not completely understand everything. However, when I read poems I can relate to, it is satisfying to find a new message or purpose after each read. Thanks for sharing!

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