Writing pieces from published student authors across the 826 National Network and beyond.
by Karina Centeno, Grade 12, 826 Dallas Project
This poem takes an honest look at two sides of the writer's culture.
by Isabella Serrato, Grade 7, 826 Dallas Project
This poem uses sound devices to enhance the overall tone.
by Jizelle Villegas, Grade 12, 826 Dallas Project
The stunning and vulnerable poem processes feelings of loss, grief, and hope for the future.
by Rockelle Rodd, Grade 11, 826NYC
This poem uses analogies to describe all of the pieces of the writer's personal history.
by Aiden Spence, Grade 3, 826NYC
This poem describes all of the reasons why green is the best color.
by Amelia Alamgir, Grade 1, 826NYC
This poem uses repetition and sensory details to describe a trip to the botanical garden.
by Stefany Moreira, Vivi Small, Ana Rosas, Eugenia Rosas, and Jason Carrillo, 826NYC
This poem describes a warmer, tastier world run by young people.
by Anthony, 826DC
This poem gives insight to what it's like growing up Black in America.
by Moisés, Keira, Amy, Janyia, Lorenzo, Yann, Bruno, Andreas, Abby, Jacques, Naimah, Amaro, and Audric, 826DC
This poem uses sensory details to discuss birds.
by Cayden, 826DC
This poem lists all of the pieces that make up the writer's whole.
by Yazmine-Gizelle, 826DC
This poem uses a fundamental poetry technique, repetition, to share the writer's future plans.
by Abdinasir, 826 MSP
This poem shares what someone might experience on Halloween.