A Typical High School Day

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Everyday I reluctantly hurry to my class,
Hoping my day would be better,
Not only do my tests I easily pass,
But a chance for me to see her.

 

Everyday I reluctantly hurry to my class,
Hoping my day would be better,
Not only do my tests I easily pass,
But a chance for me to see her.
You should have seen how I handle;
When I drool to her smile,
I was like a lit candle,
When I trance and happily die.
The halls were like a jungle,
Animals were there to lay,
Gorillas blissfully brawled,
Lovebirds came to play.
Then there they clustered together,
My six most favorite students,
We treat each other like brothers,
Walking hard through life’s problems.
 
Teachers come and go,
Each drawing another piece of life,
We were like their whiteboards,
Written on so we could write.
 
Now brain packed with things,
Heart beating in rhythm,
These are irreplaceable earnings,
Never granted in a whim.
 
The last subject has ended,
Time to go home,
Or maybe stay with my friends,
I think my parents won’t know.
 
The day has bloomed,
It came beautifully today,
Tomorrow was set to loom,
Another typical high school day.


Submitted: April 25, 2012

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