Cassidy Fohs

My School Day

I hear a weird sound
I turn and look around
I see smirks on people's face
I decide I hate this place
Paper balls are thrown around
I sigh and look at the ground
I start to hear a snore
People are very bored
The teacher turns to glare
I try not to meet their stare
Instead I go and read
My teacher talks about a warning that was not heed
I hear people munch
It's almost time for lunch
I tell my friends I'm bored
I'm simply ignored
Maybe they think I'm a pain
Because I constantly complain
I also constantly watch the clock
I bend down and pull up my sock
It was starting to slip
I think I'm losing my grip
The bell it rings for lunch
I do not like to munch
I don't have time to eat
I use it trying to find a seat
My friends all turn there heads
Ignoring what I said
School is halfway done
I am not having fun
The courtyard is next
All my friends do is text
When it's time to go inside
I blend into the crowd and hide
The clock it does deceive
For it's nowhere time to leave
Because I want time to go
Naturally it moves slow

Submitted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
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