Gail Grierson

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Summer Fun Poem by Gail Grierson


The school year's coming to an end,
June is almost here;
Seniors taking their exams,
Graduation time is near.

Vacation is just weeks away
For each and every student;
Most of them will find a job,
Earning money's always prudent.

Summer is a time for fun
To enjoy in every way,
But working helps to pay for gas
To drive your car each day.

So have some fun, don't work too hard,
Leave some time for play;
Summer doesn't last too long
Before it goes away.


(edited May 28,2012)

Submitted: Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Edited: Monday, May 28, 2012

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