GAYLE ANNE GOFF

Rookie (12 15 51 / MISHAWAKA-SOUTH BEND HOME OF NOTRE DAME AND SAINT MARY'S)

Spring Break - Poem by GAYLE ANNE GOFF

The teachers let monkeys out.
I hear the bell ring.
Time for all to sing.

Its time for them to hit the lakes.
And eat a lot of grandmas
chocolate cake.

No more teachers dirty looks
because their bad,
and not hitting your books
.
Its spring break.
And time to spread your wings.
OH/ mom you don't you worry
, you won't be sorry.

Because it will not last.
. Spring break is the time
for all to play and sing.
. It won't be long before
their back in class.
Wanting to hit the books.
And won't mind the looks.
A fresh start will help them get real smart.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 4, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, December 15, 2008


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