Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Fear


I feel bad for the kids that had to experience being in the camps.

Today the ghetto knows a different fear,
Close in its grip, Death wields and icy scythe
An evil sickness spreads a terror in its wake,
The victims of its shadows, weep and writhe.


17 comments:

  1. http://schoologystudents.blogspot.com/2017/04/fear.html

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  2. Yours's is so cute! I love the little antennas. What is that brown thing? It looks like the thing that death holds, and carries around. What does writhe mean? The poem is very, depressing. You're pictures are good. I think writhe means dark, or mysterious.

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  3. This poem makes me feel bad for the Jews that were locked alway in the ghetto. I always think why would the Nazis do this? If I had written this poem I would have written more about the ghetto and abou the poem of what it means.

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  4. First of all I like your colors you choose and the effort you put in Into this butterfly I like your poem and it's sad how ,
    They had do be there along time. Why did you copied what it said in the poem.

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  5. I feel like my child died because they didn't talk about anything positive.

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  6. Im like your picture and how you explained everything in your thinklink. The poem is very deep and sad and it talks about evil and terrifying things. This poem is scary. How old is this kid?

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  7. I like the colors you choose. The poem makes me feel bad because all those Jews that were locked up.

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  8. Your butterfly looks nice. I like how you drew the scythe to go along with death. Do you think the guards or the people who ran the camp use a scythe? Reading the poem makes me feel dark and scared because it's talks about things like death. I agree with you when you said on your thinglink that the women felt hopeless but I think everyone was hopeless during that time.

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  9. Your butterfly looks so nice, and I'm sorry to say but I think that your butterfly is not doing to a life because all your poem is thing about sadness and fear.

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  10. The butterfly is nice,you need it to put your thinking for the blue dots. Everything else was great, you should have drwned a shadow kinda faded with gray,with the theme dark.The child person suffer a lot in the time with the suffering they had to go through.

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  11. I really like your butterfly design Nicholas what does victim of the shadows

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  12. I like how you explain everything, I really like how you drew you're butterfly and all colors. Nice job

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  13. Very creative butterfly design! In the poem it says 'An evil sickness spreads a terror in its wake' describing how the emotions of fear spread like a sickness.why do you think they used the word sickness to describe it in such a way? As if fear actually spreads by germs but more so the fear is in everyone.

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  14. Your poem is very nice and creative. This poem makes me feel bad because I know that the Jews went through a lot but still managed to keep going with life. It's just sad to hear the stories about the Jews and the concentration camps. What makes victims of its shadows so similar to the Jews and concentration camps?? I think it's because so many people have past away that there shadows have stayed because it's a dark and sad place.

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  15. Wow Nic, your art keeps getting better and better bro! Keep up the work bro your great. Your butterfly is so bright in color. Nothing to what your poem tells me. I am curious on what the word "Whrite" means? I think the line that says, "An evil sickness spreads a terror in its wake" means that the Jews are scared or terrorized by the Nazis and this terror is rising within the people. Great job on your butterfly Nic!

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  16. Your butterfly, and explanation, truly helped me fully develop the idea behind both the poem and your interpretation of it. You did a phenomenal job when both presenting and the explaining the change of emotion from the writer (which reminds me a bit about Elie Wiesel for some reason.) Great job.

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  17. You're poem is cool because death wields and icy scythe. I like how you drew the scythe. Its was very cool.

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