Nicole Baker

Rookie (03/12/88 / Farnham)

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  • Rookie Agus Permadi Sinulingga (3/25/2014 10:30:00 AM)

    Please Help me to answer this poem? Thanks

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  • Rookie Agus Permadi Sinulingga (3/25/2014 10:28:00 AM)

    1. identify the persona and character(s) ? 2. what is the greatest gift? (according to the poem) 3. what does a child bring? 4. what is the synonym of 'bestow' (line 2 stanza 1) ? 5. what does the phrase 'someday deliver happiness' mean? 6. what is the poem about? 7. what is the message of the poem?

  • Rookie Agus Permadi Sinulingga (3/25/2014 10:27:00 AM)

    1. identify the persona and character(s) ? 2. what is the greatest gift? (according to the poem) 3. what does a child bring? 4. what is the synonym of 'bestow' (line 2 stanza 1) ? 5. what does the phrase 'someday deliver happiness' mean? 6. what is the poem about? 7. what is the message of the poem?

  • Rookie Agus Permadi Sinulingga (3/25/2014 10:27:00 AM)

    A Child Is The Greatest Gift
    A child is the greatest gift
    That our lives can bestow.
    It brings the most exquisite joy
    That we will ever know.

    Some days deliver happiness,
    Far more than we can touch.
    We need the help of all our friends
    To comprehend how much.

    And so we thank you for the gifts,
    Both those you brought and are,
    That celebrate this rich, full life
    And its rising star!
    Nicole Baker

  • Rookie Alicia Johnson (1/22/2009 2:32:00 PM)

    ^_^ xxxx mwah ur awesome!

Who Is She? ......

Who is she? the one who haunts my nightmares? the child in the broken play ground left alone with ashes around her feet? Who is she?
The girl in the Red and white dress.Why does she look at me in the way she does with shallow green eyes and lips to burn my face, i asked her 'Who are you'. 'The girl in your nightmares' she replied in a voice i longed to hear, 'this is my anwser but your faith will save me, From me' she carried with her a single bit of faith in a locket i held so close before.'

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