Monday, October 10, 2011

"To Awaken the Spirit in the Downtrodden" by Al Mills and Nnamdi Chukwuocha

        The authors write for other people. They write to save people and to help them. They write to save the youth; to save them from terrible things. Al Mills writes to to all the people that know pain and to give a voice to all the beautiful everday things. They both write about the wrong things in the world that should be right and shouldn't happen. The tone of these poems were sad. They were depressing because it talked mostly aboyt the negative things in life. These papers tied in pathos mostly because they showed a lot of emotion. It talks about how they write for people. It also showed passion because the writers want to help these people everyday and as much as they can. My favorite part of the poem was, "I write to give a voice to all the beautiful everyday things like birds flying south and leaves turning colors that get over looked." The paper uses a lot of slang.  (

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