Like a Museum

by Kiana See

Howdy Mr Gozonsky! How are you? I hope you’re doing amazing. 

I wasn’t sure how to start my farewell message but I apologized for doing my work late. These past two months have been so difficult. It was like I was lost in a pit of a dark that there was no way to escape but I don’t wanna go too over the details. I would like to say Good-bye to SHMARKONZONSKY.SCHOOL I enjoyed reading other student’s writing and looking at the doodles, it was really amazing and creative and it felt like being in a museum. During quarantine, I’ve begun to practice coloring, like how to use oil pastels, crayons and painting. I don’t really enjoy colors that much because it was too hard for me to experiment but I got the hang of it. I really wish I had my sketchbook so I can draw more. Unfortunately, it was in my locker and it was probably thrown away. Anyways, I would like to show you my 4 drawings I hope you would enjoy.

thank you for everything Mr. Gozonsky! You made the class really fun, interesting and unique. 🙂

Here’s a little colored flowers for you. Because it reminds me how you showed us you love nature.

Published by MarkGozonsky

Mark Gozonsky has been writing stories and essays since he was a music snob prodigy in early-1970's San Antonio, Texas. Since then he has written about not only music but also baseball, gardening, teaching, parenting, cycling and the... glory of love. Lit Hub and The Sun have published his work, and so has the Austin Chronicle. He lives with his wife in Los Angeles, where he teaches English to some of the nicest kids in the world at an arts-themed public high school downtown.

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