Treasure Island

Melissa Hamilton

(march 93' / fee nix(:)

Say Good Bye High School


Laugh & tears, those are the memories that carry on our high school years. Four have flown by & yet here we stand, in line for soon our diploma will be in our hands; Some amazing times I've had here with you, now we're leeaving to start anew. Life has been easy, its been fun. However now high school is done. High schools finally over & were moving on. Still our memories will remain, along with our bonds.
So what I've learned Ill take with me. I'll use it for my future & make it the central key. & what i've learned is this:
Memories last forever, knowledge rulls all, theres no such word as never & dont ever fall.
Life has just begun & we have awhile till its done. So say good bye teachers, say good bye halls, say goodbye classrooms & say good bye bathroom stalls.Now we're ready lets say goodbye high school.

Submitted: Monday, August 09, 2010

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