Gabriella Hendricks

Gabby Hendricks, senior, enjoys running, and spending time in nature. She is also learning how to play the guitar and loves to sing, especially when leading worship. Gabby began to truly appreciate literature and writing when her sixth-grade teacher read The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros to her class and would also have the students write their own creative stories.

More of Gabriella Hendricks’s Work:

  • Protecting Ourselves “We accept the reality of the world with which we’re presented. It’s as simple as that.”  – The Truman Show While the reality we are presented with might not be …
  • Keep Me Awake “You sure have been awfully quiet.”  “What do you want me to say?”  “Anything, just keep me awake.”  “Ok, umm…let me think,” she says, followed by silence lingering throughout the …
  • Quarantine Dreams I would not consider myself a dreamer, at least when it comes to the actual subconscious phenomena of dreaming that occurs during sleep. The first few weeks of quarantine, I …
  • Please, Remember Please, remember  The old days where we would dance overjoyed   Throughout our simple home, Where we would become the grandest performers On the bricks of the narrow fireplace ledge,  Where …
  • An Average Poem Regarding What Determines a Good Poem If you are reading this,  I assume you have some sort of respect for poetry.  Therefore, I believe this very poem To be worthy of your reproval.  So, may I …
  • Don’t Stick to the Status Quo Orange Lutheran’s recent production of Disney’s well-acclaimed High School Musical, spotlighted an unexpected teenage romance between the school’s varsity “basketball boy” and the so-called “freaky math girl.” Troy Bolton and …
  • The Joy Pill There it lay, closer than ever, within arms reach. The capsule was rumored to be the solution to life itself. According to Dr. Walls, I have officially reached the appropriate …
  • How Technology is Killing Creativity Recently, while at a local coffee shop, I witnessed the most peculiar thing; there sat a man, alone, patiently sipping his coffee, gazing off into the distance, merely soaking in …

 

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