Mark Adrian Adonay

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Open Notes


It was a bright morning
When the test began,
It is a periodical examination.
The last that will be.
Students went to school,
With a smile on their face.

The Teacher welcome them
And greet them openly,
They hug each other;
For the graduation day is after.
But the Teacher hoes that He
Will see them again.

Students sat on their chair,
And hold on their papers.
They begin to answer
The three question;
First, who is your Teacher?
And the next, why do you live?
And the third;
How can you get into your Teacher’s house?

The Teacher stood in the midst of them all.
He laid His arms openly, there’s a book,
And gave it to them; a book where all
The answers are written.
With open notes, students begin
Their examination.
As the Teacher seems very kind at them.
He’s the greatest Teacher of all.

Submitted: Sunday, February 02, 2014

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