Pulled from pensive thoughts about pasts and existence, we found ourselves letting go through “Two Kids.”
Megumi Jindo is a junior in high school. She loves writing, reading, listening to music, photography, art, and playing sports. She also loves songwriting and collecting new vocab to expand her writing style. She aims to become a best-selling author one day and wants to use her writing as a way to educate and help America be a better version of itself. Also, she loves sunrises, sunsets, astrology, psychology, and eating junk food!
Favorite Authors & Artists
Amanda Gorman, Caroline Kennedy, Sarah J. Maas, Veronica Roth
Throughout my writing journey, I have recently used poetry to encapsulate how I feel, and not only that—I show how I feel by using poetic formats, and poetic words. I use nature and the sensitive moments in life (ie. golden hour, sunsets, stars) to shape my writing, and when writing, I also listen to music—which is the force behind letting out my emotion. You can see that a common thread that weaves my work together is the struggles that I have been through and am dealing with—my epiphanies.
This week’s theme is dreams. Episode five of Speaking in First Draft dives deep into the raw emotions that come up in relationships and in first-draft writing.
Before I found writing, I was lost. After that, I was found.
We used a website to showcase our ever-changing writing styles and emphasize the connection between what we read and what we write from childhood till now!
“Are you okay?” The Hispanic woman wearing a disposable medical apron asks me as she comes back into the x-ray check-up room after scanning my braces. No.
When you meet someone over a writing platform and fate encourages you to share your socials to get closer, the relationship does not become as fruitful as you want it to be.