By: STO Folarin Oyeleye, Foster High School, Troupe 7961
Ahhh, Valentine's day. A day to celebrate and appreciate loved one’s, significant others, and even focus on yourself. Being able to put a smile on someone’s face by giving them chocolate, or even words of affirmation is surely one of the best feelings. So, it’s now your turn to help out by writing some fun letters, poems, or drawing… who knows what! Don’t worry, I’ve got some templates to help you out.
I just wanted to let you know that I really appreciate you. You’re such an (adjective ending in ing) person, so I thought it only right to tell you. We should buy each other some Texas Thespians merch to spoil ourselves. I just know you’re going to (verb) when you see it!
Nothing says I love you more than a good ole poem. How about we try our hands at a haiku? A haiku works as such: Five syllables in the 1st and 3rd line, and 7 syllables in the 2nd. Here’s an example one, feel free to do your own!
You are amazing
But Dusty is way cooler
If you’re feeling a little artsy then you could sketch them something they like, or find funny. However, if you’re looking for something simple, a well drawn heart never hurt anyone.
Hope that you have a wonderful valentine’s day. Have fun, eat as much chocolate as you want, and make sure to share your own examples with us in the comments!
With lots of love,
Your 2021 Texas State Thespian Officers