Angely's Writing Portfolio

Current Publishing

During our poetry unit, we had the privilege to collaborate with graphic design students from the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Each graphic designer set out to design forms and distribute our poems in unique ways that addressed the central message of each poem. Below you can see my poem’s design by Avery. Enjoy!

Previous Publishings


As a class we recently finished reading the Gold Cadillac by Mildred D. Taylor. This book tells the story of a Black family during the 1950’s during the civil rights movement. These diaries were written by students from the perspective of one member of this family, either ‘lois, the youngest daughter, father, or mother as the family faces discrimination, segregation, and racism.

Dylan, Stiven, Ethan, Angely

One day it was a good day until that was the day that I had to take my teeth out. I

was scared! But I said I will do it.

So I went to the bathroom. I wiggle it and I wiggle with my tongue and my tooth

almost falling into the sink. I said I got it.

I showed my mom and my dad they were so happy.

Then the next day I was fixing my bed I. Found moneyI was shocked I asked my

dad and mom, but they said they did put money in. I now they put the money

under my pillow so I saved it and I was saving

I got a enough money but I still saved and I will take at my teeth out every day

my teeth are wiggly but eset my back teeth and I took all of thum empset bak teeth.

When I fell

One day it was sun set. I was on my scooter and my sister had a Umbrella stick.

Then I was hiding. Dan and my sister hold a Umbrella stick

And I tripped. I could break an arm. But I got my leg. I scraped on the cement.

It was bleeding a lot. I was uinuv. Pinching it like a hobo and I was gow in. A poll.

I was in vufind to a poll porte. I couldn't swim long. I had to stay 2 minutes.

I had To get in and get awt ever 2 minutes I cudit. Do anything with the Rit leg.