MOHAMMAD SKATI


MATHEMATICS (MATH) Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI


I loved all subjects greatly and wonderfully Except math simply because it was so difficult for me, Had I loved math anytime, I would have become a great figure, Life never gives perfection to anyone Even if he or she tries anytime, I loved to compete with other pupils when I was a kid Except when it came to math, then I had to hide myself, I tried to love math, but It was all in vain, I could count good, but I could not understand certain things in math, It was an awkward situation for me and that Affected my high scores, I did not have anyone, At that time, to help me, My dad could not afford to have me a math tutor, so I only passed math with difficulty, I was great in all other subjects, but Math was my only obstacle, Perfection never happens to a human being, I never failed in any math test, but I got only approximate scores, I was a smart pupil among a group of The first runners to primary positions, so Life never gives someone what he wants.

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: childhood


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