Stephanie Pardo

Rookie (20/10/1997 / Hospital Patilla)

Spelling Bee Contest


Everbody is nervous
Remembering those words
Trying not to forget
Those hard words

The teacher tells tips
The students want to quit
Their parents won't let them
Doing their best to win

Some are praying to the Lord
Some are getting luck charm
Five have to go
Five are in the finales

Three are missing
First one missed one letter
Second one put it wrong
The last one say it right

He won the
Spelling Bee Contest
And a trophy
And glory

Submitted: Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, January 25, 2012

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