Ellirie Aviles


Happy Teacher's Month


You had been so cool
Now what you call me is fool
I never in your class
Aim for an A++

For I’m the type who relaxes
Now my grades with 7 axes
Now I’m paying extra taxes
More of pain and sacrifices

My grades on subtraction
Cause of my destruction
Cause of Student organization
Who controls my whole motion
In my very own notion
I’m a fool full of conclusion
I’m made up of suggestion
But I’m lacking some action

I really need promotion
And I need your opinion
Should I spit or engulf this position
And leave them all in the middle of the hardest section

I shall not quit for I’m what I am
But not to wait for fate to come
Please your knowledge share me some
My brain’s explosions sounds BOOM and BAAM!

I’m so confused wanna scream D*MN LIFE
Still words are sharper like new bought knife

I’m merely asking for apology
For my unethical terminology
And my unlawful activity
And my foolishness.Yes! Probably

By the way “Happy teacher’s month”
From the bottom of my heart
From every corpuscles in my blood
Now I wish the new me starts
Push me to show what I had.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, September 21, 2011

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