I found this to be brave and very thoughtful.


Robert Frost wrote a poem called “Mending Wall” and the interpretation we learned in class was that it was about how we build walls to keep things out like fears. We also keep people out, people we don’t like or people we are afraid to let in. Many people have walls and are afraid to let their walls down. Me? Well I don’t have a wall. I trust everyone and give everyone the benefit of the doubt. I’m friends with people who others tell me not to be friends with. I try my best not to pass judgment on people and I let everyone in. I’m not trying to say I’m a saint or that people should live like me. I have opened myself up to pain and hate. I’ve been bullied since I was little. I also don’t want pity. I don’t put walls up because they take to…

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