Good Bye Year 11
We've walked together down this winding road,
Together we have grown in search of something true.
But now our journey has come to an end,
And it's on to something new for both me and you.
So many memories we have got to make,
The challenges we met. I'll never forget.
Because those lessons made us who we are today,
And now we're taking the next step, without a regret.
So it has finally come with a relieved sigh
On this fateful day to say goodbye.
Maybe someday we'll meet again
But for now lets smile and fight the pain.
The memories here will remain with me
As we try to be the woman we know we can be.
Four years are long but its gone in a wink
May us friends be forever closely linked.
This school had witnessed hours of laughter
Of lessons and tests that have drawn us closer.
Who knows what the future might bring
This last day, lets just laugh and sing.
The doors of tomorrow lie in front of us
So lets move on and not dwell in the past.
Different teachers had graced our lessons
And our respect for them will never lessen.
For each is special and helped us in their own way
Though we are leaving, our memories will remain to stay.
Open your mind and search for happiness
Lets hope we'll meet again when we become successes.
Even if in the future we will all separate,
Do not forget the times here with all your best mates.
Goodbye to this school, which has taught a lot
And may we meet again in this very spot.
A new beginning is starting but the end is not ending
For the memories will remain no matter how heart rending.
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