Sarandeep Singh


Classroom Instructions


Not to quarrel,
not to fight.
Only to study,
read and write.
These are my classroom instructions! !

Not to talk,
Not to walk.
Only to study,
Round the clock,
These are my classroom instructions! !

We should respect our teachers,
As they make us realize what really are we,
They mold us into the person,
Who we are meant to be.
These are my classroom instructions! !

Classroom is not just a 4 cornered room,
It is the temple of education.
Where we get information,
To be called a human.
These are my classroom instructions! !

Submitted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013

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