katrina Catadman

Rookie (October 17,1988 / Lapu-Lapu City)

A Student's Diary - Poem by katrina Catadman

At the age of six we begin elementary
We had this fear or anxiety
When e reach the teenage years we
started secondary
And ended it with difficulty
We studied in a private school
Think it is very cool
We obeyed every school rule
And top in the honor roll

We studied very hard
Got high marks in our card
We maintain it, we took guard
Learning in high school is truly an art

So we entered a new stage
In college, we are now engage
In logic thinking towards new age
Ideas have flied like a bird out of its cage.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 27, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 30, 2010

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