Math Class Distraction

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This was a poem I was writing during my math class. The class is full of a bunch of delinquints that know nothing of respect, and they continued to get on my nerves so I wrote a quick poem to calm my nerves. It has become pretty popular with my friends.

Submitted: January 12, 2009

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I sit in the blue simple chair

Relaxing without a care

Soon the room begins to fill

And aggravation in its spill

Starting my works in full

Ignoring the weighty sounds of fools

Mezmerizing accomplishment waving at my head

Students that make me wish I were dead

The roucouse that begins to ebb

like evil glutenouse locusts

I fight to stay calm in my chair

But receedingly I need more air

Their devilish calls

Easy to strike walls

I am inperturbed

But continue to be disturbed

A walk I must feat each day

They have all lost their way


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