Archive for November, 2010

Love the World

Posted: November 30, 2010 in Poem
by Ana, 14 years old.
The world, so beautiful

with each element to live and thrive.

The sun to light our hearts,

the night that gives us life to rest

the stars to decorate and brighten our lives

and the moon that no matter what will always be with the night.


Miss You

Posted: November 30, 2010 in Poem

by Idsayana, 13 years old.

I miss you like you can never imagine.

I miss you because you’re not here.

I miss you even though you made me cry.

I miss you because in spite of everything I still love you very much.

I miss you because you left without saying goodbye.

I miss you because you were my joy.

I miss you because you left me alone.

I miss you because you took a part of my joy.

I miss you forever.


Love Runs

Posted: November 30, 2010 in Poem

by Carlos, 15 years old.

Today I tell you that love is something that goes around the world or around many people who are in love and go out at night to see the stars because they are like her eyes that shine.The moon is a part of your soul and in the morning they see the sun that is so beautiful, that is a part of our heart that beats for the love we have to each other.

Art Zone

Posted: November 26, 2010 in Art

Postal Art

Posted: November 26, 2010 in Art

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Mandalas: Group 3A

Posted: November 25, 2010 in Art

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Postal Art

Posted: November 24, 2010 in Art

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Mandalas: Group 2A

Posted: November 23, 2010 in Art

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Living in Peace

Posted: November 23, 2010 in Manifesto, My town, Violence
by Melissa, 13 years old.
This manifesto is for  the guys who are in gangs and fight all the time in the town.

In this town, there are some gangs that are fighting all the time and all the people from the town do not like it. My opinion is that we should help them to get a job and study so that there is peace in the town and we all get along. We should help them to live well with their family and not take refuge in gangs. We should help them to receive an education, to not drink and smoke. They need to no longer destroy their lives and their families because they suffer by seeing their children getting lost  because it’s a dark road full of bad things in which they got in and we should all help them to get out and:

We can all live in peace!

We are All Equal!

Posted: November 23, 2010 in Manifesto, My town

by Yasmin, 14 years old.

Here in the town, there’s a lot of discrimination. For example, sometimes they make fun of disabled people or people who do not speak well, or of people’s skin color. But people who do this do not know that they hurt with words or nicknames. They don’t know that these people suffer, they have feelings like all human beings, they  need love and understanding, they  need to express themselves so that they feel happy and have peace.

The solution is that people who discriminate realize that their words hurt others. But there is a solution, and that is to no longer continue to discriminate and make people feel bad. They  have to treat them well and know that we are all equal, no matter if  they are brown, white, thin or fat. What matters here is the inside that is beautiful and is the only beautiful thing we have in life and we must love ourselves as we are. Life is to enjoy and be happy, not  to be bitter or sad.