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Johnny's Funeral (The Outsiders) - Poem by Jenkin Tsui
December November RSS Feed. Throughout chapter 12, we see a whole new Ponyboy. He isn't scared of the Socs, his grades are becoming awful, and he is almost emotionless. With the stress of the Hearing, the stress of school and fighting with Darry didn't help. His teacher offered him an extra chance to boost his dead grade through an essay about any topic, but he heavily procrastinates and gets in a fight with Darry and "playing tug of war" with Soda the entire time.
Johnny's Letter is a letter that Johnny asked the nurse in the hospital to give to Ponyboy. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Text in the book "Ponyboy, I asked the nurse to give you this book so you could finish it. The doctor came in a while ago but I knew anyway. I keep getting tireder and tireder. Listen, I don't mind dying now.
I am hosting your funeral, Ready to be separated. Holding your photo, And accompanying you to go through the gate. Memories for me to recall, The days that we were together. We were playing the ball, No matters what was the weather. I am remembering all those events, I am thinking our tuff hair look. Gone with the wind that I lent, Is a really good book. Swaying so high, touching the sky.
this is an i am poem for johnny. the teacher made us do i tfor all the characters Rated: Fiction T - English - Poetry - Johnny C. - Words:
my love my love for you
Important Quotations Explained
Please enter the email address that you use to login to TeenInk. Favorite Quote: "I would rather be hated for who I am, than be loved for who I'm not. Favorite Quote: "I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity. Favorite Quote: It's never to late, if it weren't for the last minute many things would never get done! Favorite Quote: "Girls with butts like mine, don't talk to boys with faces like yours. Favorite Quote: "Our passion is our strength.
Through symbolism, the main character in the book sees his true potential and how he should never lose who he is. But, in an environment where crime runs rampant, and discrimination between gangs is the norm it turns out to be harder to stay the person he wants to be most in life. During one scene in the book Pg 77 Ponyboy recites a poem to Johnny. At first Ponyboy has know idea what he was talking about, until he receives an old letter from Johnny in his Gone with the Wind book. Johnny wrote it before he died. Johnny believed in Ponyboy, that he could always be himself, that he would never be changed by all these outside forces.