Treasure Island

Stephanie Pardo

(20/10/1997 / Hospital Patilla)

The Horror Has Come To School


The horror hour
Came to us
The teacher laughing
The student crying

Without hope
It time we
Took ours denstiny
In hand

We have no hope
Thinking of escaping
Thinking of being sick
Thinking of horror

The teacher gave us
The 'Horrible Math Test'
The students begging
To put it another day

But all the teacher
Say was 'No'
And then the test began
And yet another failure

Submitted: Monday, January 23, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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