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3: Introduction 4 Slender Man 8:The Rainbow: A Poem Collection 16: A Few Haikus 17:Just Because 18: My Adventure with Chuck Norris 19: Cafeteria Food: Fresh or Packaged? 20: Why? 21: Jakie Robinson
Welcome. You have wisely chosen my magazine, and I have a real treat for you within. Haiku, Stories, Essays, Maybe a piece of art or two, all of them created by my hand. So, please, enjoy yourself in the world of words I have created.
I like poetry, Sonnet, Haiku, Limerick, They are fun to write. Redwoods very tall, Looming over all the world, Sentinels that watch. A yummy burger, I eat with ravenous glee, It is mine, all mine! Waterfall pouring, A trickle or a torrent, A beautiful place.
Cafeteria Food: Fresh or Packaged? Students have often complained how unappealing cafeteria food can be. Often, people prefer their food to be freshly made. Also, parents donâ€™t think that the food is of good quality, so they think that their children shouldnâ€™t buy cafeteria food. Therefore, cafeteria food should be made fresh on the day it is served. Firstly, if the food is made fresh, there will be no preservatives inside the food. Preservatives sometimes can have negative effect on the consumer, and many buyers prefer to have no preservatives in their meal. But, cafeterias usually serve processed, pre-packaged foods that are filled to the brim with preservatives, even though these can cause allergic reactions. In addition, if they make the food fresh, the quality of the food many times better. Usually, packaged cafeteria food is unhealthy and tasteless, so many parents and students are unwilling to pay for those undesirable foods. Most customers enjoy their food many times more if it is made fresh at the preparation site, and not just heated up. While supporters of packaged food may protest that these packaged foods are cheaper and easier to mass produce so more meals are sold, they should realize that students will enjoy the cafeteria food more if it is fresh, so more students will start to buy the food, creating more opportunities for a repeat customer. Also, it is cheaper in the long run to use fresh cheeses instead of the cheese that comes in a pre-packaged lunch. Why would you want to buy a packaged lunch, which is more expensive and unhealthy, when it is more desirable to eat a fresh lunch? A student will probably choose something freshly made over a packaged lunch, so why not create an environment where students can buy freshly made cafeteria food? In conclusion, cafeteria food should be made fresh and not packaged.
Why? So much creativity in the world, but I don't have a single idea, Everywhere I look, People writing, painting, meeting criteria, Yet I always feel like a crook, Making no one happy. I know that this world is hard, I know it isn't easy, But why doesn't it ever favor me? I want to help, I want to please, But heck, Iâ€™m not blind but still I cant see! Often I make mistakes, Bur doesn't everybody do? Yet I never seem to learn for heavens sake! Why is the world so cruel? Ill even settle for an apartment, Maybe even gruel! I know that this world is hard, I know it isn't easy, But why doesn't it ever favor me? I want to help, I want to please, But heck, Iâ€™m not blind but still I cant see! But I don't want to fail anymore, I don't want to see, What little friends I have, hating me.
Jackie Robinson Was an Athlete, Who did something really sweet. He loved playing baseball, Even if some would bawl, â€œHey! You're not white! You're not good!â€? Yet he kept holding that bat of wood. Jackie was a pioneer, Whose story you should hear, And always hold dear. Before Jackie came along, Nobody let Blacks join the throng, Instead they were separated apart, But they knew it was wrong in their heart. But Jackie broke free, Leaving an amazing Legacy. Jackie was a pioneer, Whose story you should hear, And always hold dear.
Published on Feb 12, 2013