Triauna Hall

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10th Grade


Ugh,10th grade...Well what can I say
I endured a lot almost every single day
I had Harding, Williams, and Senora Gray
This year wasn’t that hard, it was actually okay
It was fun year, too bad its over
I made it, got lucky like a 4-leaf clover
I had Lablanc, Sariff, and Smith
By next year, imma have my car in drift
I had Hankerson, Acha, and Aarons
Imma have a job and running my own errands
I had Ms.Bender too but…Eh who cares
She tried to fail me and wasn’t fair
But besides all that… It was a great year
But summers here, then a new year, near…

Submitted: Sunday, January 29, 2012

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  • Gold Star - 21,309 Points Gangadharan Nair Pulingat (4/16/2014 4:15:00 AM)

    10th grade in the life of a child or student cannot be forget since it having a brink of life cycle or learning. From this junction the student selects his further studies and what to do in future life and an awesome poem. (Report) Reply

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