tabitha driskell

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Graduation...Oh boy


People are happy...
People think they are everything...
But wait till graduation...
Then the questions will arrive...
What will I do now? ...
Will I make it through life? ...
What if I can't make it through college? ...
Well, should have thought of that...
Should have planned it out...
But others are okay, they were smart...
There are their questions...
Will graduation day be over with already?
Wukk everybody come to the graduation? ...
Now here are my questions...
When will this be over with...
THis is taking too long...
School is getting boring...
Jeez, I am ready for college to start...
Thank GOD I am doing mine online...
More peace and quiet...
So...
What's your question :)

Submitted: Saturday, June 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 04, 2013

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This poem was written when I was bored one day in agriscience class. I was thinking about graduation day, long past now, and I got very bored so I wrote this down. We had nothing to do that day.

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