Do you remember the first thing you ever wrote? Do you remember what it felt like to create with words for the first time--to hold pen (or pencil, or crayon) in hand and tell a story on paper?

In six words, tell us: What is your earliest memory of writing?

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writing on brown paper bag pages.

Funny poem for Mother's Day gift

Started a novel at age 11.

Fellow students loved my story - encore!

Teacher's praise filled

me with pride.

Making squiggly lines, calling them words.

Words flowing freely, little girl transcended - Denise Washington

Red crayon letters in a row.

Attachments:

Scary teacher read my poem, melted. 

Seventh grade composition class, Central School

locked diary with a few words

article on penguins, children's hospital magazine

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