Friday, July 20, 2012

Brown Brother

Joshua Iosefo, a 17, a Samoan Niuein New-zealander is a prefect at Mt Roskill Grammer. Recently the school has a assembly where the prefects have to do a speech, but for Joshua he is doing a kind of poem called spoken word. He thought it would be a good idea. His poem even got to go on youtube thanks to his friend Rashard. He even got to do it again for cambell-live which was great for him. Joshua’s poem was for his school he was trying to say don’t listen to sterotypes and don’t let anybody tell you what to do because its your decision. He was trying to make a point because people alway’s boss around other people even parents sometimes and don't limit yourself. He knows if you can do that you can do this like point a to b but when you use your imaganation your in your own world. The thing I like about the poem is that it is great and people will apprciate it because it has faith and confident. People will remember that poem because it has so much emotion and it is a good point of view. I reckon people should understand this poem because sometimes people are having a hard time but when they remember that poem they will feel better.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Melvin I love your story I even saw him on Campbell live to. I really like the nice words to describe him. Keep it up


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