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Poems About: HOMEWORK

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  • 109.
    LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

    SCHOOLS IS OUT AND THE PARTY IS ON!
    BEGIN OF SUMMER PARTY LAST UNTIL DAWN
    CHILLIN IN THE POOL CUZ,
    THERES NO RULES, read more »

    jakiyah strothers
  • 110.
    Fear

    Fear is the burning hell, red as the blazing flames
    Fear is the hot taste of anger and revenge that you can't resist
    Fear is the smell of a malicious grin of a walking devil
    Fear sounds nothing more than the coldness of the dark read more »

    Lewis Carroll Ken Luke
  • 111.
    Gone High Tech

    You may noticed, teacher,
    I am not in school today,
    But the tape deck on my desk,
    will record each word you say, read more »

    Natalie Bebbington
  • 112.
    A Mother's Work

    A mother’s work never ends
    There are no sick days
    Never good pay, always breaking up fights
    And laundry never stops read more »

    Madison Preston
  • 113.
    Senioritis

    I have forsaken
    My bedtime
    That was so regular
    When I was little read more »

    Celina Alegria
  • 114.
    Things I Have Lost

    During my life I've lost many things...

    I've lost my teddy bear read more »

    Lydia Shivley
  • 115.
    School

    School is fun,
    School is great,
    Even if your late. read more »

    Samantha Holstiene
  • 116.
    I Did Not Do My Homework

    I did not do my homework
    Because I do not have any ambition
    If I had stuck to the books
    I would not be in this position read more »

    Ronell Warren Alman
  • 117.
    It's Been A *Bleh* Day

    I got homework tonight
    I doubt I'm gonna do it
    Maybe I'll take it and finish it
    or i'll speed right through it read more »

    LOST PRINCESS
  • 118.
    Study, Study, Study

    Study, study, study
    That is how you get ahead
    Do not be a fool
    Do your homework instead read more »

    Ronell Warren Alman
  • 119.
    childhood

    I remember my childhood
    It was like very good

    I remember the cakes I ate read more »

    shanky jainy
  • 120.
    The Journey

    I am looking for a past
    I can rely on
    in order to look to death
    with equanimity. read more »

    David Ignatow
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