Ellirie Aviles


A Decade and twice a year and a half twiced


A Decade and twice a year and a half twiced
No doubt, I will conquer my very own price
IF fate is true, Does he play dice?
Nopes, I guess we must play nice

I want to reach out all the stars
Buy cool things like brand new cars
Have some powers and magical Wands
Specto patronom with magical sands

speak in front of thousand man
climb through ladders unto the sun
like FLash the way i like to run
Home works I had will all be done

Frightening teachers will be nice
appreciate student's sacrifice
home work be lessen on 90 percent
party's no parent's consent

This day ends with my Anticipation
of tomorrows negotiation
To pick a bit of inspiration
to end my wide imagination..

Submitted: Saturday, December 31, 2011
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