My school uniform....
Every morning I have to wake up early than the cocks
And get ready by wearing the school dress and pulling up the socks
As I have to reach the school on time
By walking down the lane singing the school rhyme.
Everyone in the school has to wear the same dress
And this idea makes me very distress
Why can't we wear dresses of our own choice
This is a huge problem against which we all should raise our voice.
I shared my problem with my class teacher
Who solved my problem and explained it to me like a great preacher
'It brings unity among all the children' she said
'And this unity will help you in your life to go ahead'.
' Our school uniform is a symbol of equality'
' It makes us all equal no matter our nationality'
Then I realized the importance of the school uniform
And now every morning with sense of pride I wear my uniform.
I just love my uniform....................I just love my uniform..............................
- By Prakhar Srivastava
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