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Student Writing Wednesday: Angel’s “The Delicious Cake”

I died with a taste of deliciousness.”

Have you ever let your dad smash your face in the cake for your birthday? If not, then I have. For my seventh birthday, I woke up and I was alone with my dad but my dad was still sleeping so I went to sleep again. When I woke up again, all of my family and cousins were there and they sang for me. I was so happy. Then, they closed my eyes and walked with me to the living room. When I opened my eyes, I saw my big cake with a T-Rex in it. It was even chocolate flavored so it was going to taste delicious. Then everyone was screaming, “take a bite, take a bite.” So I did, but then I got close, my dad was on my right and put his hand in the air. When I saw him, he quickly grabbed my head and almost squished me in the cake, but my last words were… “WHAT THE…” Then, he squished me and I died with a taste of deliciousness.


Friends and food mesh well, and the students of 826LA’s After-School Tutoring Program in Mar Vista know it! Add some writing into it the mix, and a you’ve got yourself the tasty masterpiece: I Died with the Taste of Deliciousness. Reading passionate poems about student’s favorite foods will make you wish you had treats handy. Be drifted away to multiple alternative universes where your favorite foods live, breathe, and embark on special adventures of their own. Lastly, bask in the fondest food memories of the young writers. From birthday parties gone awry to reconnecting with an old friend, these stories will make you hungry, make you laugh, and shed some tears (of joy, of course!).

Read more about 826LA’s tutoring program and volunteer opportunities here

You can purchase I Died with the Taste of Delciousness at the Time Travel Mart here.

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Student Writing Wednesday: Angel’s “The Delicious Cake”

I died with a taste of deliciousness.”

Have you ever let your dad smash your face in the cake for your birthday? If not, then I have. For my seventh birthday, I woke up and I was alone with my dad but my dad was still sleeping so I went to sleep again. When I woke up again, all of my family and cousins were there and they sang for me. I was so happy. Then, they closed my eyes and walked with me to the living room. When I opened my eyes, I saw my big cake with a T-Rex in it. It was even chocolate flavored so it was going to taste delicious. Then everyone was screaming, “take a bite, take a bite.” So I did, but then I got close, my dad was on my right and put his hand in the air. When I saw him, he quickly grabbed my head and almost squished me in the cake, but my last words were… “WHAT THE…” Then, he squished me and I died with a taste of deliciousness.


Friends and food mesh well, and the students of 826LA’s After-School Tutoring Program in Mar Vista know it! Add some writing into it the mix, and a you’ve got yourself the tasty masterpiece: I Died with the Taste of Deliciousness. Reading passionate poems about student’s favorite foods will make you wish you had treats handy. Be drifted away to multiple alternative universes where your favorite foods live, breathe, and embark on special adventures of their own. Lastly, bask in the fondest food memories of the young writers. From birthday parties gone awry to reconnecting with an old friend, these stories will make you hungry, make you laugh, and shed some tears (of joy, of course!).

Read more about 826LA’s tutoring program and volunteer opportunities here

You can purchase I Died with the Taste of Delciousness at the Time Travel Mart here.

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