SARAH ALLY

Rookie (12 September / Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia)

Holidays


Holidays may be easy
Holidays may be lousy
Holidays may be simple
Holidays may be difficult

Holidays ay be easy and simple
Because we have no homework
Wow...so fun
What we do duuring holidays are
sitting in the room listening to the radio
Usually girls do this
For boys, they play computer games
Playing football or
Play, play, play
Heheh..just kidding

Sometimes holidays are lousy and difficult
Because we don't really know what to do
Oh...so boring
Nothing is fun
If we sit at home
We most probably have a fight with siblings
There's nothing to do

Sometimes I feel funny about myself
Before holidays, I can't wait for it
In the middle of holidays, I can't wait for school
At the end of he holidays, I hope the holidays will be longer
Am I the only one who feels that?
I hope not...

Submitted: Friday, December 04, 2009

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  • Rookie Mimi Fakhira (12/8/2009 1:33:00 AM)

    Oh, you are not the only one dear friend. Sometimes I wonder if I'd ever make it through the holidays. There are also times when I imagined my grave: 'Here lies dear Amirah, who was bored to death on the holidays'... but it could be fun too. Away from school for a month or two? That's Heaven... :) (Report) Reply

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