Dwayne Earle Gordon


School


School, it is stressing at times.
Many times I don't even have it on my mind.
School is good, and it is bad, there are times I think that I'm
going to mad.
It is a good thing to go to school, so that you could remember the rules.
Don't be shy.
Don't be a fool.
Go to school, and learn all the rules.

Submitted: Monday, May 09, 2005

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  • Mary Nagy (5/9/2005 12:51:00 PM)

    Great advice Dwayne. Yes, school is very stressing but once you're older and see what a tiny portion of your life school really was.....you view it differently. I don't know your age so I apologize if you already are 'older'. Nice poem. sincerely, mary (Report) Reply

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