Yesterday morning I made my annual visit to Mrs. Guarino's Creative Writing class at Clark Magnet High School in Glendale for the 14th time! The seniors wrote some amazing poems. I'm looking forward to seeing them in published form. One student even wrote about me!
And on Friday afternoon, April 12th, I performed five of my poems (Brothers, French Toast, Jelly, Just An Apple, and The Planet Of The Oreos) for 7th graders at the Los Angeles Leadership Academy Middle School.
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