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How do you say sorry?

April 19, 2017

 

 

 

The featured piece this week from one of our young writers has got to be the hippest way to apologize to someone.  It’s even in poetry form!  I am so in love with this brilliant poem. Maybe asking for forgiveness is painless this way?

 

 

 

Alphabetically

by Jolie, 13 years old

 

I

Am
Appropriately
(Barely)
Conditionally
(Disgustingly)
Eagerly
(Frustratingly)
(Grudgingly)
(Hatefully)
(Inevitably)

Justly
(Knavishly)
(Loathingly)
(Mournfully)
(Naughtily)
Obediently
Potentially
(Queasily)
(Reluctantly)
(Scornfully)
(Tastelessly)
(Unwillingly)
(Vexingly)
(Wrathfully)
(X-asperatingly)
Yearningly
Zealously
Sorry.

 

This articled was first published in ManilaSpeak.com on August 8, 2015

 

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Where the Write Things Are is a creative writing center for kids, teens, and adults.  If you love writing or need some inspiration to get to write, our writing studio is the place to be. 

Check out our monthly classes at 

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Summer Creative Writing Classes and Workshop for Kids and Teens:

  • Young Writers’ Hangout (1:30pm-3pm)

    • April 22: Creative Nonfiction Writing with Susan Lara (guest author)

    • April 29: Practical Grammar for Creative Writing & Social Media with Nikki Alfar (guest author)

    • May 13, 20, 27: with guest authors

    • June 3:How to get writing ideas with Russel Molina (guest author)

  • Wonder of Words Workshop – May 8, 10, 12, 15, 17 and 19 (1:30pm-3:30pm for 8-12 years old; 4pm-6pm for 13-17 years old) with guest authors Pam Pastor, journalist and editor of Super section of Philippine Daily Inquirer; and Sarge Lacuesta, award winning fictionist and editor-at-large of Esquire Philippines Magazine

Venue is at Fully Booked, Bonifacio High Street. For more information and fee details, email writethingsph@gmail.com.

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