Homework - Poem by Oropher Tîwele
You fight, scream, whine.
Jump, kick, shout, and stamp your feet.
We ask, beg, offer our help and bleed.
Trying to get you to see.
Homework is a must.
One hour is all you need.
Can't you see.
Not much do we ask for.
Other than your help to succeed.
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