Latedra Ellis

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'Stop The Threats! ! ! ! '


“Stop the threats! ! ! ! ”
Stop the threats
It’s mean and not cool
You could hurt someone with threats
And it makes them cry and depressed because it’s cruel
Stop the threats
People think if they threat then the “cool” people they hang out with will give them extra credit
People try to make themselves nothing to something
But, if they try to do that with the wrong people and the wrong way
They need to open their eyes and see for themselves
Because they’re life will not turn out to be as they plan is all I can say
So, what they need to do now is….
“Stop The Threats! ”

BY: La’Tedra Ellis

Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2008

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