Tag: Family

Music. A Scholarship Essay

Music. A Scholarship Essay

The following is adapted from a scholarship essay I wrote on the prompt of "What are you average at and how does the Lake Wobegon Effect (a natural tendency to overestimate one's capabilities and see oneself as better than others. Research psychologists refer to this tendency as self-enhancement bias and have found evidence for its … Continue reading Music. A Scholarship Essay

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J-SALT fam

J-SALT fam

The rain came down / And the friends came / Together The power of piano / And paper airplanes / Thank you, Sarah / Paul The dining hall / Is now my home / And J-SALT / Family I don't like how WordPress formats my poetry in the excerpt for the posts, so I'm trying … Continue reading J-SALT fam

Running 

I watched you cry today. Your little feet were carrying you as fast as they could, when,  BAM!   Forehead, meet wall. The waterworks came with a loud scream. Mommy was back on duty, and sister-recreation time was over... Or so I thought. Less than a minute later, you're back to Running.   With tears … Continue reading Running 

Watching… Remembering

Hanging on the wall There, The opaquely-backed panes of glass Watching... Remembering... The family's Comings and goings, Tears and joy. All stored within A reflection of ourselves. Mirrors they are, And for a lifetime will remain, But even they, With all their memories Cannot adequately reflect The true emotions observed.  Squid