As told by ginger and she was gone poem

As Told By Ginger: Why the show still feels so real 10 years later

as told by ginger and she was gone poem

Ginger writes a poem for a competition called "And She Was Gone", about a girl that wants to disappear. When Ms. Zorski reads it, she becomes concerned with.


She chose to walk alone Though others wondered why Refused to look before her, Kept eyes cast upwards, Towards the sky. Only wanted freedom, From what she felt were Puppet strings. She longed to be a bird. That she might fly away. She pitied every blade of grass For planted they would stay. She longed to be a flame, That brightly danced alone. Felt jealous of the steam That made the air its only home.

I don't think I've properly revealed and discussed what may be the most enjoyed, most respected, and most favorite episode of As Told by Ginger yet. For the past several months, I was mostly showing my hate for season three's infamous "Wicked Game" please don't make me explain again why I hate its guts. That was easy for me to name my most hated episode, but for my most loved episode, it was a bit more tricky. Also, the two are both episodes I'd recommend to any newcomers of Ginger , because I feel that they define its overall down-to-earth tone perfectly. So, out of those two absolute favorite episodes, which one of them do I feel I respect the most, and see that it screams what this great show is supposed to be all about? I've been thinking, and saying to myself that my favorite As Told by Ginger episode of all time is Okay, before I reveal, I'll hint that it was nominated for an Emmy which it didn't won, but the nomination was still good.

Throughout the various episodes in As Told by Ginger , a number of recurring characters appear. Prominent characters are listed here. Ginger Foutley is an average year-old girl, ginger haired and the main protagonist in the series. She was not considered "popular" until Courtney Gripling , the stereotypical " school diva ", decided to befriend her. Through Ginger, Courtney is able to view how the world works outside of the popular clique. However, Courtney's "right-hand woman", Miranda Killgallen , becomes increasingly jealous of Courtney and Ginger's relationship, and stops at nothing to relegate Ginger to her previous role of geek. Aside from Courtney, Ginger has a group of loyal friends Dodie Bishop and Macie Lightfoot , who are nearly always ready to back her up.

As Told By Ginger

Ginger Narrates "And She Was Gone" Part 1 - As Told By Ginger - NickRewind

And She Was Gone

The series focuses on a middle schooler and later a high schooler girl named Ginger Foutley who, with her friends, tries to become more than a social geek. The show focuses mainly on the life of junior high school student Ginger Foutley Melissa Disney. Luckily for Ginger, the most popular girl in school, Courtney Gripling Liz Georges , has taken a liking to her and often includes her in her social plans. She is intrigued by her "gingerisms", as Courtney calls them. However, Miranda Killgallen Cree Summer , Courtney's right-hand woman, makes sure that she is not bumped down from her position thanks to Ginger. At home, Ginger records her lively adventures in her diary. As Told By Ginger.

Ginger narrating her poem: "And She Was Gone"

Robert Downey Jr. Sign in. Watch now. Ginger enters a creative writing contest and Ms. Zorski is concerned over the dark subject matter that Ginger has written about. The emotions are very deep, troubling and sad and cause her to recommend Ginger to the school psychologist Dr. Ginger doesn't think this is necessary as it is just a work of fiction and not a reflection of herself.


  1. Brigliador M. says:

    This poem/song is based on Ginger's poem from the episode that shares the same name. It is played For the episode, see And She Was Gone. And She Was.

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  5. Iverna N. says:

    Congrats Gal!

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