Treasure Island

silent for ever more


My teacher.


You were always nice to me
You always let me sleep when I was having a bad day
You always let me sleep when I was tired
You had a awesome class
You let the class play there cd players
You let us talk in class
You gave us sweets
You made me wanna come to class
You made me wanna come to school!
What we did in that class made me learn
Even in my worst subject
Spelling :)
I'd always be sitting in second block just
Waiting for the bell to ring just so I could
Go to your class
I must say it was the best class ever...

Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2007
Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2011
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