Monday, 10 March 2014


Photo Credit by Alysha Cho

Hate.  Although in this photo I don’t seem very hateful at all, I wanted to express how an expression of hate could look.  In the picture I have a pose implying “get that camera out of my face” and “I don’t really want to see you right now.” I think this relates to the text because sometimes, I just don’t like you; sometimes, I just don’t want to see you; sometimes, I just don’t want to deal with you.  With the use of a comma after sometimes, it lets you emphasis that it's not all the time.  Hate isn't always an all around, all the time feeling, many times it'll come and go depending on moods and actions, etc.  A period at the end, rather than an exclamation mark allows for a less serious effect on the reader.

1 comment:

  1. Micayla McNaughtan16 March 2014 at 12:09

    I really like how your six word memoir expresses what hate could look like rather than just showing something you dislike. I am curious to know what made you choose the font that you did, as well as why you place the text where you did on the photo?