An e-zine of artwork, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction by Slavic American youth, including teens of Russian and Ukrainian ethnicity, living in the United States.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
My neighborhood is cool
by Azbuka Academy high school student, photo by Liliya Khylchuk
My neighborhood is cool because it's always clean. In my neighborhood, you will see rusted stop signs. I always hear dogs barking. If you go there, you'll taste fresh air because there's a lot of trees. You can smell good food when someone is cooking something. The neighborhood is cool, because when you touch something, it's guaranteed to be clean. I've always been wondering what my neighbors' problem is. They always argue. And the cars are terrible. They always drive by on our street and it's hard to sleep.