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Fluorescent Adolescent

Kenzie Tissue

Published June 5th 2012
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Paperback
72 pages
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Essay AnswersA Childhood Memory (at least one paragraph):Before my parents made it big in their poetry careers we used to be living paycheck to paycheck. My father worked at a book store while mama stayed home with me. We used to have the mostMoreEssay AnswersA Childhood Memory (at least one paragraph):Before my parents made it big in their poetry careers we used to be living paycheck to paycheck. My father worked at a book store while mama stayed home with me. We used to have the most amazing times together, especially on dad’s holiday breaks. We used to go camping in Silver Lake for my birthdays and every time we went we would each pick a star in the sky and give it a name. There were so many constellations with names that we felt bad for the stars that were up in the sky all by themselves and decided to give them names so that they could be special. But, I believe they are special in their own ways— even without names. They do sparkle after all.A Dream (at least one paragraph):To be completely honest, I don’t ever remember my dreams. I don’t know if it’s because I don’t really ever sleep or if it’s because I don’t really ever dream. All I know is that if I were to have any certain dream I would remember it clear as a wine glass that was cleaned with Finish.Tell Me A Story (at least one paragraph):There once was a boy named Aimery and he was given this assignment that was in the form of a survey for his English III class. Nobody really knew this but he had the power to predict the future. And his future, he predicted, was that when he turned in his assignment, he would get detention. Because he wrote on the very last question that he thought the assignment was cliché, pretentious and a complete waste of his time.Sorry, Mrs. Wilson.